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Carpentry/Cabinetmaking (CIP 46.0201)

Students enrolled in the Carpentry and Cabinetmaking Program will study a number of related areas so that he/she will possess adequate entry level skills to work in the area of building construction. The carpentry unit, for example, gives actual experience in layout, cutting and fitting wood members, rafter cuts, roof or platform framing, and selection of general building materials. The students will also hone their skills completing carpentry projects and working at the on-site house construction project. Upon successful completion of this program, the student may seek employment as an apprentice cabinetmaker, materials salesperson, roofer, rough carpenter, sheetrock installer, framer, or siding installer.

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As a prerequisite for this course, it is required that the individual complete the following summer reading assignment. Please click here for an idea on where to purchase the reading material.