OAK CREEK -- Do you want to learn how to read blueprints, use machinery and build cabinets. There's a place you can go to get the skills. Chip spent the morning at the Oak Creek campus of MATC to learn about their woodworking program.
MATC: Architectural Woodworking/Cabinetmaking (website)
Sharpen your techniques and attain the skills needed to work in cabinet shops, millwork shops, furniture factories, display shops and maintenance shops through this two-semester program. The curriculum includes how to read blueprints, make detailed drawings, and use machinery commonly used in the woodworking industry.
Career Outlook: The employment outlook for cabinetmakers, machine operators and repair people is favorable. There are many changes taking place in the woodworking industry, and current training is a marketable asset.
Career Pathway: This program features exploratory courses that count toward a credential. Work continues to develop the program into a fully embedded Career Pathway.
Program Code: 31-409-1
Start Date: August
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2016 – Spring 2017 Course Requirements