NCCT has one aim -- preparing YOU for a Career in Construction.
In the classroom you will study subjects related to construction. The math and reading you do will have practical applications for your later work. Inside the classroom you will actually be building things -- foundations, framing and roofs, running conduit, and installing air conditioners.
NCCT students in the past have built homes, parks, and other community projects. You will learn how to do all this under the direction of our Carpenter-Instructors who have years of experience in building and working with students. They have helped over 500 of our graduates get apprenticeships. They can do it for you, too.
Preparing for a career in construction involves more than
just sitting in a classroom.
If you have personal needs, we try to help. We offer GED preparation, substance abuse counseling, work shoes and tools. When funds are available, we also try to help with housing, dental and medical assistance, glasses, child care, and food.
We have a 85% record of success over 12 years
It's still over 60% even in this recessionary economy!
We teach you useful
and practical skills
Like How to Balance Your Checkbook, How to Read a Blueprint and a lot more
We'll set you on a
When you and your instructor think you're ready, NCCT will go to bat for you
Our Instructors and Staff
are the key
A hint--Everyone at NCCT has a construction background