This furniture and joinery semester pathway program gives you the opportunity to work safely using hand and power tools to construct timber furnishing products.
It is suitable if you are interested in furniture design, kitchen design, furniture making, cabinet making, wood machining, joinery, shopfitting and stair building.
Students are required to attend Holmesglen's Chadstone campus on Wednesdays from 9am - 3.30pm.
Assessment may be a combination of written and online assignments, tests, examinations and practical application projects.
Undertake a basic furniture making project
Demonstrate care and apply safe practices at work
Use furniture making sector hand and power tools
Join furnishing materials
Adapt to work in industry
Develop a career plan for the furnishing industry
Make measurements and calculations
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
Assemble furnishing components
Select and apply hardware
Apply domestic surface coatings
Research and draw a basic kitchen or bathroom design
| Code || Name |
|MSFFP2001||Undertake a basic furniture making project|
|MSMPCI103||Demonstrate care and apply safe practices at work|
|MSFFM2001||Use furniture making sector hand and power tools|
|MSFFP2005||Join furnishing materials|
|MSMPCI101||Adapt to work in industry|
|MSFFP2002||Develop a career plan for the furnishing industry|
|MSFGN2001||Make measurements and calculations|
|MSMENV272||Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices|
|MSFFM2002||Assemble furnishing components|
|MSFFM2003||Select and apply hardware|
|MSFFP2004||Apply domestic surface coatings|
|MSFFP2010||Research and draw a basic kitchen or bathroom design|
You must be able to come onto Holmesglen campus on Wednesdays 8.30am - 3pm.
When undertaking the course, you must be enrolled at a Victorian secondary school.
Prior to enrolment or commencement of training you will be required to complete a literacy and numeracy assessment and a pre-training interview. These will assist with determining your suitability to the course, verify your training plan, and identify any learning support needs.
QUALIFICATION AND RECOGNITION
On completion, you will receive a Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways.
At the end of this course, you can go onto undertake a broad range of further study in Certificate II and Certificate IIIs.
apprenticeship in cabinet making, joinery, furniture making, wood machining, shopfitting, upholstery, furniture finishing, and furniture design and technology.
How to apply
If you have further questions, contact VET Delivered to Secondary Students (previously VETis) Coordination Centre.
T: 03 9209 5109
For VET Delivered to Secondary Students Contact your school to discuss fees.