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Duration

1 year

Tuition

$3,620

 

Sep 5-Aug 30

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1996

Scholarships

yes

Modern cabinetmaking combines the accumulated knowledge of hundreds of years of traditional woodworking, with the use of standard, yet modern, tools and technology.

In this program, you learn entry-level skills, shop safety and fine joinery of the trade: from identifying and selecting wood stock to reading drawings and operating woodworking machines.

You receive instruction and hands-on practise in the basic arts of cabinetry, including shaping and cutting wood, assembling components, installing fasteners and hardware and preparing decorative and protective finishes. You learn from faculty who bring hands-on experience in cabinetmaking industry to the classroom. They also serve as your career mentor.

This program places a high importance on providing you with skills and knowledge to work safely in industry. To prepare for employment, you participate in safety awareness courses.

Work placement is a mandatory credit course, providing the opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills outside of the classroom. Opportunities are typically unpaid and last approximately 5 weeks.

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