At a Glance:Advisor:
Floyd: Barry Webb
Cabinetmaking Assembly Technician (CA11)
Offered at the Following Campus
The Cabinetmaking Assembly Technician program prepares individuals for employment as cabinetmaking assemblers and installers. Program completer are trained in the use of hand and power tools, cabinet design and layout, wood joints and fastening methods, and cutting cabinet components.
Entrance Date: Fall Semester
Note: Not accepting new students into this program.
Education: High School diploma or GED is not required.
Required Courses (11 hours)
Provides instruction in the planning, design, and layout of cabinet units. Emphasis will be placed on adherence to blueprint specifications. Topics include: parts identification, cabinet styles and floor plan arrangements, estimation procedures, layout to specifications, shop working sketches, shop management and CAD.
Introduces the fundamentals of wood joint identification, layout, cutting, and assembly, and the variety of fastening methods used in cabinetmaking. Emphasis will be placed on the safe construction of wood joints used.
Instruction provides application of tool and equipment use techniques to the task of cutting out cabinet components. Topics include: equipment safety, frame member, cutting, shelving cutting, drawer component and door cutting, and material optimizing.