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Carpentry & Joinery Carpenter Training Course Manual LEARN CARPENTRY AND JOINERY ONLINE

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Carpentry & Joinery Carpenter Training Course Manual


4 Volume Set
500 Pages
"Intelligent course structure, written by professionals"




N.B All our courses are in PDF format only
so if  prefer a physical book all you need do is simply print it!







Included on your CD:  

Everthing to take you from beginner to expert in carpentry , woodwok or Joinery - a set of manuals covering every aspect, arranged in pdf format for quick and easy viewing (500 pages).







   

  4 x Manuals in PDF format



You will rceive a CD with all Four manuals in easy-view pdf format

Course                                          pdf
1. Carpentry & Joinery                    220 Pages


2. Carpentry Vol I                              112 pages


3. Carpentry Vol II                                101 pages


4. Carpentry Vol III 11111111111i11 65 pages








 

1. Carpentry & Joinery  


Chapter 1 - Construction Drawings


Architectural Symbols
Conventions and Material
Conventions
Working Drawings
Site Plans
Elevations
Floor Plans
Detail Drawings
Sections
Details
Wood Framing Drawings
Light Wood Framing
Heavy Wood Framing

Chapter 2 - Construction Planning and Materials


Planning
Built-in-Place Method
Panel Method
Materials
Lumber
Hardware

Chapter 3 - Bills of Materials


Materials Takeoff List
Materials Estimate List
Bill of Materials Format

Chapter 4 - Building Layout and Foundation Layout


Laying Out a Rectangular Building Site
Laying Out an Irregular Building Site
Setting Batter Boards
Extending Lines
Squaring Lines
Foundations
Wall Foundations
Column or Post Foundations

Chapter 5 - Forms for Concrete


Form Design
Form Construction
Foundation and Footing Forms
WallForms
Column Forms
Beam and Girder Forms
Floor Forms
Stair Forms
Form Removal

Chapter 6 - Rough Framing


Types of Framing
Light Framing
Heavy Framing
Expedient Framing
Connections
Joints
Splices
Sills
Platform Construction
Balloon-Framed Construction
Braced-Framing Sills
Built-Up Sills
Girders
Size Requirements
Load Area
Floor Load
Built-Up Girders
Splicing
Girder Supports
Girder Forms
Flooring
Floor Joists
Floor Joists for Platform Construction
Floor Bridging
Floor Openings
Subfloors
Finish Floors
Walls and Partitions
Corner Posts
Partition Posts
Studs
Girts
Sole Plate
Bridging
Plumbed Posts and Straightened Walls
Bracing
Exterior Walls
Ceilings
Wall Openings
Stovepipes
Ventilators
Stairways
Stairway Framing
Risers and Treads

Chapter 7 - Roof Systems and Coverings


Roof Framing
Roofing Terms
Trusses
Roof Openings
Roof Decking
Roof Coverings
Asphalt and Asbestos-Cement Roofing
Built-Up Roofing Material
Re-Roofing
Asphalt-Shingle Roofs
Asphalt-Prepared Roll Roofings
Built-Up Roofs
Slate Roofs
Tile Roofs
Asbestos-Cement Roofs
Metal Roofs
Wood-Shingle Roofs

Chapter 8 - Doors and Windows


Doors
Types of Doors
Door Frames
Swing
Door Hardware
Door Installation
Lock Installation
Windows
Window Frames
Window Sashes
Accessories
Window Screens
Door Screens
Hoods or Canopies

Chapter 9 - Finish Carpentry


Interior Wall and Partition Coverings
Plywood and Fiberboard
Sheetrock
Base Molding
Ceiling Coverings
Sheetrock
Plywood
Fiberboard
Ceiling Moldings

Chapter 10 - Nonstandard Fixed Bridge


Bridge Classification
Substructure
Abutments
Intermediate Supports
Bracing
Construction ProceduresSuperstructure
Stringers
Flooring
Curbs
Handrails
Sidewalks
End Dam

Chapter 11 - Timber-Pile Wharves


Types of Wharves
Types of Piles
Bearing Piles
Fender Piles
Mooring Piles
Installation of Piles
Using Special Tools
Straightening Piles
Cutting Piles
Capping Timber Piles
Bracing Piles
Wharf Superstructure
Stringers
Decking
String Pieces
Fender Piles and Chocks
Pile Clusters and Corner Fenders
Floating Log Fenders (Camels)
Pile-Mooring Dolphins
Docking Hardware
Hardware Installation
Anchorages for Hardware

Appendix A - Conversion Tables


Length
Area
Linear Measure

Appendix B Carpentry Abbreviations and Symbols

Abbreviations
Symbols
Architectural
Plumbing
Electrical

Appendix C - Manpower Estimates

Appendix D - General Information

Floor and Wall Tile
Resilient Floor Tile
Ceramic and Other Specialty Tiles
Suspended Ceilings
Acoustical Tile
Grid-System Components
Installation
Painting Ceilings and Walls
Ceilings
Walls
Cleanup




2. Carpentry VOl I



This course is designed to teach you the basic skills of a carpenter and the building materials and
tools you will use. Contained within this course is instruction on construction prints, building materials, hand tools, and power machinery




Contents

Course Overview

Section 1: Construction Prints and Building Materials
  Part A: Construction Prints for Buildings
  Part B: Bill of Materials (BOMs)
  Part C: Building Materials
  Practice Exercise
  Answer Key and Feedback

Section 2: Tools and Equipment
  Part A: Care and Use of Hand Tools
  Part B: Care and Use of Power Machinery
  Practice Exercise





3. Carpentry Vol II  



The Carpentry II course will provide you with enough knowledge to construct floor systems, stairs, wall systems (including the installation of windows and door), and roof systems of wooden structures. This course is presented in three lessons. At the end of these lessons, you will be able to take a set of construction drawings and construct a wood-frame building
Course overview

Section 1: Floor Construction

Part A: FloorFraming
Part B: Subflooring
Part C: Finish Flooring

Section 2: Wall-System and Stairway Construction

Part A: Framing Members
Part B: Wall Sheathing
Part C: Moldings
Part D: Stairs
Practice Exercise

Section 3: Roof Construction
Part A: Roof Types
Part B: Framing Members
Part C: Roof-Covering Material






4. Carpentry Voume III  



This course, concludes the instruction on carpentry. It discusses the requirements for competent
cabinet work, explaining the kinds and selections of woods, the classification and uses of woodworking joints, and the standards for their employment. The selection of materials for constructing wooden articles, the assembling of parts into units, and the steps taken in a final inspection of completed work are presented in sequence.
Course overview

Sections

1. Cabinetwork
2. Prefabricated Buildings
3. Heavy Timber Construction

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