Construction Trades

Full-Time Program

Building the future and restoring the past!

If you are at your best working with your hands and building stuff then construction training might just be thing for you. Caddo Kiowa Technology Center’s Construction Technology program will teach you the basic skills you need to get an entry-level position in the construction industry. You’ll get hands-on training working on construction projects and learn basic skills such as math and reading that you’ll use on the jobsite. Additionally, you’ll learn how to use both hand and power tools effectively and safely. From blueprint to completion, students use advanced technologies in a live-work setting to gain the knowledge they need to go to work in the construction field. And since the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the construction industry employs almost 6 million workers, successful students should have not trouble going to work. As a student in CKTC’s construction training program, you will learn from skilled instructors as well from professionals in the industry. If you would like to know more, we would love to have you come visit us and tour the construction program.

Career Majors

Residential/Commercial Carpenter with Intro to Plumbing and Electrical

Who Can Apply?

Adults and in-district high school juniors and seniors can apply.

Program Costs

In-District High School Students – TUITION-FREEnnIn-District Adult Students – $2.50 per credit hour + supplies. Out-of-District Adult Students – $5 per credit hour + supplies


Classes are Monday through Friday from August to May.


Construction training is rigorous and requires a number of safety measures. The following are considerations prospective students should keep in mind about CKTC’s Construction Technology program: Reading, writing and math – 8th-grade level, Pass safety test,  Geometry, Measurement skills, Problem-solving skills, Hand-eye coordination (very important), Tool and workplace safety. Must wear safety glasses, Long pants and boots recommended. Must be able to work in extreme temperatures. Will be working with sharp hand and power tools. Physical movement and standing.

Student Organization


Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education

Contact Us

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