Cabinet Making

Do you enjoy working with wood and love seeing the finished product yours hands have created?  If so, the Cabinet Making program at North American Trade Schools could be for you!

North American Trade Schools provides the technical training needed for a career in cabinet making with graduates in great demand in Ontario.  The curriculum at North American Trade schools provides both classroom and lab training in woodworking, cabinetmaking and installation.

Cabinet Making Courses Include 

  • How to read and interpret blueprints, drawings and specifications
  • How to design and make templates, jigs and fixtures for furniture production
  • About design and layout
  • Materials used in design
  • Laminating procedures
  • How to use power machines and tools
  • Abrasive techniques
  • How to trim joints and fit parts together
  • Cabinet installation
  • Custom Woodworking

Career Opportunities for graduates of the Cabinet Making program at North American Trade Schools include:

  • Cabinet Maker
  • Cabinet Maker Apprentice
  • Cabinet installer
  • Custom Wood Furniture Maker
  • Woodworker
  • Window door fabricator

Learn more about the Cabinet Making program by requesting information directly from North American Trade Schools.

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