Carpentry (NCCER)

Carpentry

Carpenters construct, erect, install, and repair structures and fixtures made from wood and other materials. Carpenters are involved in everything from the building of highways, bridges, homes, and apartments, to the many residential tasks such as the installation of kitchen cabinets, windows, partitions, and doors. Because they are exposed to the entire construction process, carpenters have more opportunities than most other construction workers to become construction supervisors.

Prince George's Community College provides the training to get you started on a lucrative and rewarding career in the carpentry trade.

Course information
  • Carpentry courses are offered at the Westphalia Training Center, 9109 Westphalia Rd, Upper Marlboro, MD
  • Each course lasts one semester
  • OCU-410 may be completed concurrently with CRP-301
  • CRP-301 must be completed prior to enrolling in CRP-302
How to Register
  • Click here to see the latest Continuing Education Schedule of Classes
  • See the Index for the course(s) you are interested in.
  • Note the class schedule, dates, times and cost.
  • Follow the registration directions on the inside front cover of the schedule

Contact Information

Institute

Construction and Energy Institute

Westphalia Training Center

Phone:

301-546-0964

Email us:

Westphalia@pgcc.edu