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Cabinetmaking / Carpentry

The Carpenter/Cabinet Maker concentrated OYAP is a program specifically designed to help students make a smooth successful transition from high school directly into their post-secondary education general carpenter, cabinetmaker apprenticeship. The program consists of residential framing, rafter layout, blueprint reading, safe use of stationary and portable equipment, interior finishing and trim. The cabinetmaker course also offers CAD, CNC router table training and cabinet construction.

Similar Apprenticeship preparation certificate programs are also offered at local community colleges, and private technical training centres. They can cost between $2,500 and $6,000 at these other sites. Student's now can now go through the PLAR process with the MTCU in order to be granted their level 1 Carpentry course at MM Robinson or at Georgetown District High School.

These programs are good for males and females. Have a look at this article about women in construction!

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TEACHER LOCATION OFFERED IN SEMESTER CREDIT VALUE TIMES

 Michael Sydor

sydorm@hdsb.ca

 MM Robinson HS, Burlington, 905 335-5588 Starts Sem 1 and continues Sem 2  2 Construction credits each semester + 2 coop in semester 2  7:15 am start 

Ron Rusk

ruskr@hdsb.ca

Georgetown District HS, Georgetown, 905 877-6966 x465 Starts Sem 2 + July Coop 4 Construction credits in semester 2 plus 2 coop in July 8:30 am - 3:30 pm