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Exciting Career Fields:
Architecture, Engineering, Construction Manager, Master Tradesman

Participate in various Construction Projects while learning real world skills

The Carpentry program prepares students for entry-level positions in various segments of the construction industry. From safety practices to basic rough carpentry and framing. Students in the Carpentry program are prepared to jump-start their careers in this industry.

Students participate in various construction projects on campus and gain experience with a full, start to finish residential project. From blueprints to estimating buildings cost to carpentry, you will be engaged in all aspects of construction, and will receive hands-on training from concept to completion in building a house.

  • Learn real-world skills while having fun.
  • Learn from industry-certified, experienced instructors.
  • Earn national industry certifications that lead to high skill / high wage positions.

Program Instructor & Advisory Council Members Course Hours & Costs


Scott Brogdon
Carpentry Instructor
OCSD Online Assignments

Advisory Council Members

Signature Builders MB Construction of Destin
Robert Fisher Walter Knochenmus
Zorlo Fermin Walt Works
Mark Borgen Kevin Reeves
Tony’s Handyman Service Legacy Cabinets

Program Course Hours & Costs


OCP Course Number Course Title Course Length
A BCV0112 Intro to Carpentry 150 Hours
B BCV0122 Carpenter Rough 450 Hours
C BCV0125 Finish Trim Carpentry 450 Hours
D BCV0123 Foundation and Form Carpentry 150 Hours

Estimate of Total Program Costs

Total Tuition and Fees Detail:
$3504.00 Carpentry – Florida Resident Tuition ($2.92 x 1200 hours)
$250.00 Lab Fees (Per Academic Semester)
$50.00 Registration Fees (1 Time Per Program
Textbook Estimated Cost:
$583.15 Estimated Textbook Total
(Full textbook listing available in the front office.)

For estimation purposes only. Rates are based on the Current School Year. Prices are subject to change.

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