Mill Cabinet Technology: Apprenticeship Option, Certificate of Achievement

Successful completion of the Mill Cabinet Technology: Apprenticeship Option program qualifies the student for employment in the construction industry as a journey-level Mill worker and Cabinetmaker in planning mills and cabinet shops. The student will have demonstrated proficiency in setting up and using a variety of tools and machines used for cutting, shaping, and assembling wooden articles, such as store fixtures, cabinets, and high grade furniture. The program is presented in conjunction with the local Mill and Cabinet Trade Advisory Joint Apprenticeship Committee and the State Division of Apprenticeship Standards. The student receives a State Certificate upon successful completion of the program.

Minimum Units Required: 38

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester

Units

A-CON 080A

Mill Cabinet: Introduction

4

VO-ED 080V

Work Experience: Apprenticeship

2

Second Semester

A-CON 080B

Mill Cabinet: Fundamentals

4

VO-ED 080V

Work Experience: Apprenticeship

2

Third Semester

A-CON 081A

Mill Cabinet: Basic Woodworking

4

VO-ED 080V

Work Experience: Apprenticeship

2

Fourth Semester

A-CON 081B

Mill Cabinet: Layout and Benchwork

4

Fifth Semester

A-CON 082A

Mill Cabinet: Materials and Application

4

Sixth Semester

A-CON 082B

Mill Cabinet: Commercial Cabinetry

4

Seventh Semester

A-CON 083A

Mill Cabinet: Design, Layout, and Production

4

Eighth Semester

A-CON 083B

Mill Cabinet: Project Planning

4

Minimum Units 38