Woodworking School Programs

Woodworking School Programs

Many educational courses and company training programs offer various opportunities for students interested in the woodworking field. The categories listed below are just a few specific areas of concentration in the woodworking industry.

Architectural Millwork

Architectural millwork training includes crafting wood pieces such as crown molding, baseboards, stair details, and door and window panels. These wood pieces are custom made for commercial or residential use. Woodworking schools provide a hands-on approach to architectural millwork, with a combination of industry training and instructional courses. At many training facilities, real-world projects are assigned to students to give them experience in the wood working field. To find out where architectural millwork training is available in your area, click here to search our database.

Carpentry and Cabinetmaking

Carpentry training consists of finishing and repairing wood objects and structures utilizing an array of woodworking skills. Carpentry training courses are available all over the United States, and can prepare the students for side projects inside or outside the home, as well as a new woodworking career.

Cabinetmaking has been in existence since the late 18th century, when kitchen cabinets became a popular item. Modern cabinetry can be found in kitchens, closets, hallways and bedrooms with designs ranging from simple, clean lines to carved inlays and rounded edges. To find out where cabinetmaking and carpentry training is available in your area, click here to search our database.

Woodworking with Upholstery

The upholstery industry has been in existence since the Victorian Era. Upholstery is the process of covering furniture in fabric or leather and using padding, springs and webbing to give it shape. After the wood frame is created, the upholstery can be designed and constructed for that piece of furniture. Upholstery training skills can be used to start an upholstery business, or at home, where furniture can be revived to look like new. To find locations where upholstery training is available in your area, click here to search our database.

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