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    Woodworking Design & Fabrication


    Students learn workshop and tool safety and employability skills as they practice reading blueprints; estimating and selecting materials; cutting and shaping stock; assembling, fastening, and installing components; and finishing surfaces. The technical, problem-solving, leadership, and creative skills learned in Cabinetmaking can be applied in industries well beyond construction trades and professions and can prepare the student for lifelong learning and success.

     

    Certifications:

     

    • NOCTI
    • OSHA 10

     

    Cluster: Architecture and Construction

     

    Pathway: Construction

     

    Occupations:

     

    • Cabinetmaker (begin w/apprenticeship)
    • Carpenter (finish)
    • Drywall Installer