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Qualification: Certificate III in Furniture Making (Wood Machining)

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Training Package: Furnishing

This qualification is designed to prepare people for tradeperson occupations in furniture making such as wood machinists of milling timber products, panel products, and solid timber products. The course is for apprentices to learn the skills and knowledge to work in the furniture making (wood machining) sector of the furnishing industry. You will learn how to select timber; use hand and power tools; set up, operate and maintain a broad range of manual, automatic and semi-automatic wood working machinery; interpret plans; develop cutting lists and machine a range of furnishing items in solid timber and manufactured board; produce and maintain cutting tools; and estimate and cost. You will also learn about occupational health and safety, communications, calculations and working with others.

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These qualification details are indicative only and not comprehensive and may vary in different States and Territories. It is recommended that you confirm all qualifications and training details prior to commencement of any course.

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For detailed information about the Training Package that contains this qualification contact Manufacturing Skills Australia or visit the National Training Information Service .

Certificate III and IV

Certificates III and IV recognise more complex vocational skills and knowledge that meet nationally endorsed industry/enterprise competency standards as agreed for those qualifications by the relevant industry, enterprise, community or professional group. They include training at the apprenticeship level, as well as more advanced skills in: literacy and numeracy; communication skills; workplace technology; and industry specific competencies. VET qualifications are offered by TAFE Institutes, private providers and some universities.

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