Woodworking Trades

 

ACC WOODWORKING TRADES 1 (548V) (CABINETMAKING & MILLWORK 1)

 

Grades 11 12 Credits 2.5 Full Year

Course Fees: $12 per semester

$3 safety glasses

Prerequisites: None

 

Course Description

This course introduces students to the basic design and fabrication of residential cabinetry and custom furniture. The course also exposes students to the millwork and millwright industry. Instruction includes safety practices in using hand tools and power equipment.

 

ACC WOODWORKING TRADES 2 (549V) (CABINETMAKING & MILLWORK 2)

 

Grade 12 Credits 2.5 Full Year

Course Fees: $12 per semester

$3 safety glasses

Material costs for individual projects

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACC Woodworking Trades 1

 

Course Description

 

This course provides learning experiences related to the erection, installation, and maintenance of commercial and residential cabinetry, and the repair and maintenance of stationary woodworking machinery. Planned learning activities emphasize the development of more advanced knowledge and skills than those provided in Cabinetmaking and Millwork 1. This course provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform basic cabinetry construction and how it relates to the manufacturing process. In addition, more advanced woodworking machine maintenance skills are introduced.