Wood Manufacturing - Cabinetmaking

The Wood Manufacturing - Cabinetmaking program is designed to provide learners with the working knowledge and skills necessary to enter the wood manufacturing and cabinetmaking area of the construction industry.

Students in this program will receive the technology and skills involved in the manufacture of cabinets, architectural millwork, and furniture, and training in modern manufacturing techniques. They will learn the setup and operation of woodworking machinery and equipment, breakout of lumber and panel components, laminating, veneering, machining, sanding, assembly and finishing. Significant hands-on learning takes place in the large, up-to-date shop containing most conventional machines and several computer controlled machines.

Apprenticeship note: Students who complete the Wood Manufacturing - Cabinetmaking program are credited up to 1360 hours.


One Year or Less
Prince Edward Island