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Phone: 905-575-2507
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Email: CE Technology
In Person: A111-Stoney Creek Campus

Shari Martin
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Woodworking Courses

Program Overview

Start Date: January 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2014
School: Technology & Skilled Trades
Campus: Stoney Creek Campus
Delivery: In-Class

Description

An introduction to the knowledge and skills required to construct cabinets and fine furniture using recognized, traditional trade practices and new technologies. Upon completion of the course, using woodworking production equipment and hand tools, you will be able to lay out, calculate, cut, machine, assemble and finish preparation of a cabinet or a piece of fine furniture.

Courses

Course Number Course Name Course Hours Delivery 
BLDGTZ070 Woodworking - Level 1

36

Classroom
BLDG10022 Woodworking for Women

36

Classroom
BLDGTZ071 Woodworking - Level 2

36

Classroom
BLDGTZ073 Woodworking - Level 3

36

Classroom
BLDG10076 How to Design & Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets

36

Classroom
BLDGTZ030 Hand Tool Techniques

36

Classroom

Course Descriptions

Woodworking – Level 1 – BLDGTZ070

Produce several small woodworking projects from solid lumber in order to develop basic machine competency skills on the radial arm saw, band saw, table saw, jointer, planer, drill press and hand router. Tools supplied. Materials extra. Theory and practical tests included. Equivalent: BLDGTZ070

Woodworking for Women – BLDG10022

Produce several small woodworking projects from solid lumber in order to develop basic machine competency skills on the radial arm saw, band saw, table saw, jointer, planer, drill press and hand router. Tools supplied. Materials extra. Theory and practical tests included. Equivalent to: BLDG10022

Woodworking – Level 2 – BLDGTZ071

Further develop cabinet making skills by producing a fine hall or sofa table from solid lumber. Prerequisite: BLDGTZ070 or BLDG10022 completed within one year (project may or may not be completed within the 12 weeks).

Woodworking – Level 3 – BLDGTZ073

Build a piece of furniture or cabinet with the guidance of a cabinet maker. Use techniques from Levels 1 and 2 to build your own custom project (size limitations). Supply own plan and materials. Prerequisite: BLDGTZ071.

How to Design & Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets - BLDG10076

Enhance your design and cabinet building skills.  Focus on kitchen floor plan layout and learn to build upper and lower cabinets in conventional and European design.

Hand Tool Techniques – BLDG TZ030

Practice various hand tool techniques with construction of a small piece of furniture. Hand cut joinery and drawer construction, hand planing, finishing, and repairs are covered. Tools supplied. Materials extra.

NOTE: It is recommended that all students begin with Woodworking - Level 1.