The Building Construction Management certificate program prepares students in the skills of carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring and construction management. This program also provides training in operating a construction business, estimating material costs, and scheduling construction projects. Students must complete one of the following certificated before enrolling in the Building Construction Management Certificate: HVAC Installer, HVAC Service Technician, HVAC Systems Design, Residential/Commercial Carpentry, Residential/Commercial Plumbing, or Residential/Commercial Wiring. Due to a growing shortage of skilled-trades people and a growing number of position openings, this program has very high job placement for graduates seeking employment. The Building Construction Trades programs are credentialed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the Home Builders Institute (HBI).
Complete BCT-102 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-151 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-221 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-230 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-231 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-243 (Minimum grade C)
Complete BCT-244 (Minimum Grade of C)
Complete EEM-105 (Minimum grade C)
Complete EGR-110 (Minimum grade C)
Students must complete one of the certificates below before
entering the Building Construction Management Certificate:
- HVAC Installer
- HVAC Service
- HVAC Systems
Construction Management Certificate
The Building Construction Management Certificate program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level jobs in residential building construction. This program is based on standards set forth by the Home Builders Institute.
All students are required to have his/her own tools. Students are responsible for keeping up with his/her own tools while using them on campus. York Technical College is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen tools belonging to any student.
Program Standards for Building Construction Trades related programs (PDF)
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