Millwork and Carpentry
In the Millwork and Carpentry program, you will gain hands-on skills in the design and construction of wood structures, cabinets, shelving units and furniture. This certificate program will explore the two traditional woodworking trades of Cabinetmaker and Carpenter, with an emphasis on tools and safety.
Application Deadline (Fall 2019): September 03, 2019
Program curriculum covers material outlined in first and second-year apprenticeship programs. Students who successfully complete this certificate are eligible to challenge the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT) first-year exams for program credit in the Cabinetmaker or Carpenter trades.
Grad Employment Rate
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Median Starting Salary
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Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Cost Per Credit: $150
Tuition Cap: $1,883