Carpentry program

EBI programs

Carpentry Apprenticeship Program

EBI’s oldest program, the Carpentry Apprenticeship Program is a two-year curriculum. Assignments are updated annually to address the needs of today’s construction employers. Often, assignments are completed in conjunction with local non-profit organizations to provide students with actual time in the field to further hone their skills.

Focuses on developing the basis skills needed for excellence on the job. Content covers safety, blueprint reading, math for construction and construction terminology. Students master skills through hand-son practice under the direction of a seasoned carpenter.

Hones the basic skills and advances students’ knowledge and precision. Through hands-on assignments, students complete higher-level tasks that enable them to master their craft.   

Female carpentry student
Carpenter instructor and his student


Program Details

  • 26 weeks per year for two years
  • Students can complete one year or two, depending upon their specific career intentions. Students who complete both years of the program are recognized as graduates.

Minimum of 144 contact hours per year

6-9pm, 2 nights per week

Enzweiler Building Institute Certificate

$3,450 per Academic Year Includes:

  • Tuition: $2,750
  • Consumable Materials: $415
  • Textbooks: $135
  • OSHA-10 Certification: $100
  • CPR Training: $50


Topics covered include (but not limited to):

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