Course 1: Version 1 and 2: Basic Drywall Applications (BC32A) or (GCC211): Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: identify and explain the proper applications of materials used in metal framing and drywall applications; identify and demonstrate the safe and proper use of metal stud and drywall-related hand and power tools; demonstrate the proper layout and construction of metal stud walls and the application of drywall. Course 2: Advanced Drywall Applications (BC32B) or (GCC222): Students will be able to: expand their knowledge of partition layout and installation methods through hands-on layout projects to create door openings, fascias, soffits, octagonal windows, archways, and radius partition walls. (This course builds on the basic principles governing metal framing and drywall installation explored and practiced in Basic Drywall). Course 3: Basic Acoustical Ceilings (BC33A) or (GCC233): Students will be able to: identify common grid ceiling components; read blueprints and specifications to determine the type and height of ceiling, location of soffits and window and curtain pockets, related electrical and mechanical features, and layout; identify the tools needed to install an acoustical ceiling; demonstrate the ability to lay out a grid ceiling with equal borders in a given area; lay out specific ceiling types using standard tile sizes; describe the installation process for exposed grid; list the procedures used to build grid soffits; and install acoustical ceilings in a timely and safe manner. Course 4: Advanced Acoustical Ceilings (BC33B) or (GC244): Students will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of the different types of concealed systems; identify which system is used most often today; calculate the proper layout for equal borders on the tile and location of the grid components; install a concealed grid ceiling, including an access panel and border tiles with equal borders; identify metal ceiling system components; correctly use shop drawings and jobsite prints and understand how they work together; perform some specific installation techniques; and identify special tools needed and explain the installation procedures used for each system. Course 5: Doors and Hardware (BC31A) or (GCC433): Students will be able to: use various types of hanging devices and proper procedures for door preparation to create doors with perfect swing; read hardware schedules to manufacture templates to undercut doors, gain hinges, install lock edge plates and cylinders on doors; identify lever locations; fit doors by planning and undercutting for proper installation and use templates to machine doors for the installation of hardware. Course 6: Interior Finish I (BC36A) or (GCC411): Students will be able to: safely operate appropriate hand and power tools used for interior finish work; establish consistent elevations using story poles and benchmarks; identify elevations, plan views, section views, windows, doors, ceiling, and base; demonstrate correct layout and installation procedures for interior components such as cabinets, moldings, and countertops; and describe the various materials and fasteners used in finish work. Course 7: Interior Finish II (BC36B) or (GCC422): Students will be able to: safely operate appropriate hand and power tools used for interior finish work; establish consistent elevations using story poles and benchmarks; understand principles and procedures for door frame installation and door swing; identify elevations, plan views, section views, and details of shop drawings for wood work installation; and describe various materials and fasteners used in panel installation and wood doors and frames. Course 8: Solid Surfaces (BC31B)or (GCC533): Students will be able to: identify major solid surface manufacturers and their products; successfully fabricate an L-shaped solid surface countertop; explain the need for planning prior to fabrication and installation of solid surface product; demonstrate the safe use of tools and equipment necessary for constructing solid surface products; list solid surface products and their uses; and understand and apply various seaming procedures associated with solid surface manufacturers and their products. Version 3: Courses 1 - 7 are the same, but Course 8: Solid Surfaces (BC31B) or (GCC533) was removed.