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Duration

1 year

Tuition

$4,081

  Barrie

Sep 5-Aug 30

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1967

Scholarships

yes

In this project-based program, students are provided the opportunity to develop and advance foundational knowledge and skills for the cabinetmaking industry. Experiential learning ensures that students are competent in all aspects of the industrial cabinetmaking/woodworking field, from planning stages through to the application of final finishes on a variety of solids and manufactured products.

Graduates enjoy success as employees in custom or production furniture building, commercial millwork, kitchen cabinet making, custom stair shops, finishing and residential trim. Potential career opportunities include, trim carpentry, installers, cabinetmaker, machine set up technician, shop supervisor and self-employment.

What You’ll Learn

  • Perform cabinetmaking activities safely to industry standards.
  • Determine joinery requirements for various types of cabinetmaking construction including sketches and shop drawings of common furniture and cabinet units.
  • Interpret drawings for production planning and estimating.
  • Select, maintain and operate hand tools, portable power tools and stationary machinery.
  • Select various grades of lumber and building materials.
  • Perform sanding and adhesive operations to industry standard.
  • Select and apply finishes and hardware used in manufacturing of furniture, cabinets and millwork.
  • Produce cabinets and other architectural specialties including millwork, mouldings to be installed in residential and commercial applications.
  • Apply mathematical solutions for cabinetmaking applications.
  • Apply basic entrepreneurial strategies to identify and respond to new opportunities.
  • Employ environmentally sustainable practices within the profession.

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