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Confidently apply for a trade apprenticeship in furniture and cabinet making when you hold the Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways (MSF20516). This nationally recognised qualification helps you plan a career in the furnishings industry and gets you started with the skills you’ll need. Over 12 months you’ll learn how to make timber joints, simple furniture and upholstery products, prepare surfaces, and join materials.
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The Certificate II in Furniture Making (MSF20313) will prepare you for a trade apprenticeship in cabinet and furniture making. It’s a nationally recognised qualification that will teach you how to use essential hand and power tools, join solid timber, assemble componentry, and prepare surfaces for finishing. Graduate with a head start for the next apprenticeship or trade assistant’s role.
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Learn professional cabinet making with the MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making. This nationally recognised qualification allows you to specialise in either furniture making or kitchens and bathrooms. The course begins with the basics: workplace safety, team communication, using hand and power tools, taking measurements and calculations, reading work briefs and plans — then delivers a full range of trade and construction skills. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, availability of specialisation units, and upcoming enrolment dates.
A Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) will give you the skills you need to work as a kitchen or bathroom cabinet maker and installer. You’ll learn about the design, manufacture and installation of fitted cabinets in kitchen and bathrooms in both residential and commercial settings. The Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) will improve your skills with a range of trade techniques used within the industry.
The Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchen and Bathroom) covers various topics relevant to this field of work. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover topics including planning kitchen and bathroom projects, organising on-site work and applying quality standards. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
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