Explore the wide world of woodworking and develop your woodworking skills! If you want to learn new skills, boost your confidence and learn in a supportive atmosphere, then these courses are for you. These course offerings are ideal for anyone with an interest in woodworking, wood finishing and furniture construction.
Students will be introduced to specific theoretical knowledge which provides the foundation for further learning along with hands-on practice. Students get to develop their practical skills in our woodworking shops, which are outfitted with the latest tools and equipment. Traditional woodworking tools and methods are also emphasized and merged with newer approaches. Woodworking courses provide students with high quality instruction on hand and power tools typical of an advanced woodworking shop.
Class sizes are small, to facilitate interaction with the instructor and other students.
Program Model / Completion Requirements
For each course, students will build only assigned projects. For each project, you must select and pay for the materials chosen.
Enrolment in any course automatically requires each student to abide by all NAIT safety rules and regulations while using the woodworking shops.
All students in Wood Shop classes must bring their own metric measuring tapes, safety shoes, safety glasses and hearing protection.
Students are encouraged to bring a lunch.
ContactsStudent Service Centre
- In person: CAT180 (Centre for Applied Technology)
- Email: AskNAIT@nait.ca
- Phone: 780.471.6248
- Toll Free: 1.877.333.6248
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