Carpentry

Study woodworking tools and techniques, as well as framing, roofing, surveying, and more.

The Carpentry program provides you with a knowledge of woodworking machines, blueprint reading and sketching, and safe working practices, and a familiarity with the materials and procedures needed to enter related occupations.

You will learn the safe and proper use of hand and power tools and woodworking machines. You will develop practical skills in framing, roofing and surveying, and will have exposure to concrete form construction.

Prior to starting the program, you will be invited to attend a program overview information session, and to participate in a math and reading skills diagnostic testing session that will advise you of your program readiness.

This is a not an apprenticeship program, but may provide credit transfer opportunities towards apprenticeship. The Government of Manitoba, Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade offers apprenticeship training that combines on-the-job practical skills development with levels of technical training. If you are interested in applying to an apprenticeship program, please visit manitoba.ca/tradecareers.

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