Studio Woodworking Foundation

A blend of practical woodworking and art! 

Our Studio Woodworking program immerses you in a hands-on environment that covers solid fundamental techniques all the way  through to very advanced and specialized skills.  The range of topics taught includes a history of the trade, design basics, an understanding of the materials, safe
work practices, hand and machine skills, and joinery techniques. You will also learn more advanced techniques such as design and creating curved parts, veneer, inlay, marquetry and banding. Basic Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machining will be explored. Wood finishing from simple hand rubbed to advanced spray booth techniques will be practiced.  Credentials that give you multiple career paths.
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Program Details:   38-week (1140 hours) 
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Outcome:  Graduates of this program will receive credit for Level 1 Apprenticeship technical training as a Cabinetmaker (Joiner) and may also be granted  practical credit from the Industry Training Authority.

Employment Opportunities:  Cabinetmakers (Joiners) often work for companies that design
wood products, manufacture and assemble furniture, produce custom-made furniture and   install pre-manufactured cabinets and fixtures. 
     Location:  Kelowna Campus 
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