Construction Trades Technology:

Learn From Professionals With Decades of Exeperience

The Construction Trades Technology Program was developed to teach rural Alaskans the skills to work on local construction projects. This hands-on training program is taught by professionals with decades of practical experience.  You can choose classes that teach you how to save money by doing your own home repairs or earn an occupational endorsement or associate’s degree that will help you land your first construction job or apprenticeship.

The program consists of construction curriculum including workplace safety, hand and power tool usage, blueprint reading, construction math, employability and communications.  Residential Carpentry Level I provides additional studies associated with framing of floors, wall, roofs, and installing exterior windows and doors.  Residential Carpentry Level II follows with interior finish, moisture protection, insulation, stairs, and metal stud applications.

Additional courses required for the Certificate in Construction Trades technology include Business Writing, Human Relations, Health (CPR and First Aid) and participation in a practicum course of actually working on a construction project.  


For more information:

Michael Hirt
CTT Plumbing and Heating                                                                                                           mjhirt@alaska.edu
907-474-6764

Ryan Ford
CTT Carpentry
jford23@alasaka.edu
907-474-5958

Rex Goolsby
CTT Carpentry/ Biomass
rex.goolsby@gmail.com
907-883-4054

Bryan Uher
CTT Program Coordinator
bmuher@alaska.edu                                                                                                                              907-474-2613
 

Toll Free • 888-474-5207 opt. 2, ext. 4
Fax • 907-474-5208
PO Box 756720
Fairbanks, AK 99775


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