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School of Technical & Professional Specialties

Cabinetmaking and Furniture Construction

In just two semesters you will receive a solid base of knowledge and skills relative to the woodworking, furniture and cabinetmaking fields. It is an introduction to materials that promote the responsible use of natural resources and sustainability. Skills in traditional woodworking tools along with the safe operation of power equipment will be taught. Advanced instruction with sophisticated computer software and computer operated CNC equipment are included.

Occupations in this area:

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  • 51-7011.00 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters
  • 51-7021.00 Furniture Finishers

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