Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center 9001 Airport Road Everett Washington 98204
Construction Trades

The course is run as realistically as possible to resemble a construction company, introducing students to many different jobs in the construction industry. Students will learn about job safety, framing, roofing, siding, stairs, rafters, basic rigging, and many different projects using the tools of the trade such as a table saw, disc sander, skill saw, band saw, and many hand tools. This program is coordinated and sponsored in partnership with the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) and CITC of Washington (Construction Industry Training Council). With successful completion of this program, students will receive a National Certificate of Completion of Core Curriculum.

Jerry Helm,

Direct: 425.348.2244
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How would you like to join our team?

My name is Jerry Helm, I am the Instructor of the Construction Trades Program at Sno-Isle Tech.  In my class you will have the opportunity to learn an introductory level of construction techniques with like-minded students from many other high schools.  You will work with specialized equipment, find out about career related conferences, internships and scholarships, share ideas and experiences with your peers while earning college credit. 

If this sounds interesting, take a moment to watch the video profile and check out some to the pictures of me and my students working.  Afterward, fill out the form at the bottom of this page to get more information about my program and how to join.  Thank you for your interest; I look forward to meeting you at an upcoming Open House event or during our student interviews in the spring!   

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In many of the programs offered at Sno-Isle Tech students have an opportunity to earn college credit at the same time they are earning high school credit. The total registration cost per Sno-Isle Tech program is usually $30 or less (and in many cases is FREE!). Students must complete their Sno-Isle Tech program with a "B" grade or better. It is the student's responsibility to register online or complete a registration packet. Ask your Sno-Isle Tech instructor for details about "Tech Prep".

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