- For more information about GRTS, call 660-646-3414,
or stop by and visit us at 1200 Fair Street, Chillicothe, Missouri or
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"build" on a great career!
Building Trades certificate from GRTS,
you can build structures around the world!
having the satisfaction of building a home that will last for
generations. Standing back and being able to say "I built
that" is a great accomplishment. If you enjoy working with your
hands and take pride in your work, a building trades career could be
what you are looking for!
GRTS, instruction is made more realistic through the construction of a 3-bedroom
home. Varied hands-on experiences will be gained from rough framing to cabinetmaking
How Can GRTS Help You?
|What Will You
Trades curriculum includes:
- Hand and Power Tool Operation
- Building Layout
- Floor Framing
- Wall Framing
- Roof Framing
- Interior Finish
- Exterior Finish
- Cabinets and Special Built-Ins
- Concrete Construction
Building Trades the Career
Things to Ask Yourself...
- Do I have an inquiring mind?
- Do I like problem solving?
- Do I often wonder how things work?
- Can I follow directions?
- Can I grasp technical ideas and details?
- Do I like to work with my hands?
- Do I work well with people?
Trained, experienced building
trades students who can demonstrate quality skills and knowledge
should be able to pursue many exciting and respected career options.
Most construction projects
involve carpentry - one of the largest skill crafts in the building industry.
An expanding economy needs carpenters to help build the future. Within the
carpentry skill craft, specialized workers have developed customized skills and are key
players under the broad umbrella of carpentry.
a career in:
High School students attend
for 3 hours per day over a 2 year period.
Post high school
students will receive extensive, hands-on, practical training that
can be completed in only 9 months of full-time attendance, or
continue your education. Upon successful completion, students will
receive 30 hours of college credit toward an Associate Degree at
North Central Missouri College in Trenton, Missouri.
Cabinetmaker & Millworker
These craftsmen are
responsible for the fine detail put into the woodwork, decor, and cabinetry in commercial and residential structures. Cabinetmakers and
millworkers enjoy working with their hands - cutting, shaping, and assembling wood
products such as moldings, panels, and furniture. They also work with other materials such
as metal, plastics, and glass to create store fixtures and exhibits.
If you like to work with machine tools and attention to detail is your strength,
you might consider becoming a millwright. They install and perform maintenance on
machinery such as conveyor systems and generators. This field requires interpreting
blueprints and then drilling, welding, and bolting to precise instructions, sometimes
detailed to within a thousandth of an inch.
Interior Systems Carpenter
A skilled technician is required to install the factory-produced systems and
construction materials in commercial and public buildings. Such items as acoustical
ceilings, raised floors, wall partitions, and office furniture may be partially assembled
at the factory, but it takes a skilled assembler to know what goes where and how to put it
together so it stays that way.
successful students are choosing to enter the construction
apprenticeship programs to earn journeyman status.
Building Trades Certificate also earns advanced rank and pay in the military.
contact us for more information.
Grand River Technical School adheres to a policy of non-discrimination
on the basis of
age, color, creed, handicap, marital or parental status, national
origin, race, religion, or sex
in admissions, educational programs, activities, financial aid, and
Chillicothe R-II School District
The Chillicothe R-II School District complies with all federal and state
laws prohibiting discrimination, including Title IX of the Education
Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974 and
the American Disabilities Act (ADA). It is the policy of the school
district that no person, on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, age, or handicap, shall be discriminated against in employment,
educational programs and activities or admissions. Inquiries or
complaints concerning the Chillicothe R-II School Districtís
compliance with the regulations implementing Title II, Title VI, Title
IX, Section 504 or the American Disabilities Act (ADA) may be directed
to: Superintendent Office, Chillicothe R-II School District, P.O. Box
530, Chillicothe, Missouri, 64601. (660-646-4566).
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