Cabinetmaking Basic

Available: Shoals Campus
J. White (5210)

This Cabinetmaking short term certificate prepares students with the skills and related technical knowledge necessary for employment as a woodworking craftsman. Topics include basic materials and processes. Uses and care of tools and equipment, safety, job planning and execution, and wood finishing techniques. Students are taught how to design, construct, and install interior casework. 

Eye-hand coordination, manual dexterity and physical fitness, and a good sense of balance are important to have. The ability to solve math problems quickly and accurately is also helpful. To advance, cabinetmakers should be able to accurately estimate how long a job should take to complete and its cost.

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Short-Term Certificate