Carpenter Apprenticeship

Trade Skills:
Carpenters build forms for concrete and frame buildings, walls footings, columns and stairs. Apprentices will develop skills in layout blueprint reading, safe hand and power tool usage, form working, finish work and framing.

Length of Training:
4 year apprenticeship

Program Information:
Eligible applicants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid social security number. A license or diploma is not required to apply. For more information, please contact the apprenticeship training center directly - Construction Industry Training Council of Colorado, Inc. (CITC) 303-893-1500

 

Starting Wages:
Apprentices receive progressively increasing hourly wages for their work. Average starting wage in this industry is $12.90 per hour and average journey worker wage is $21.50 per hour).

 

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