Build a solid foundation in the most essential woodworking skills with this in-depth, comprehensive furniture making course designed for both beginners and those looking to build expertise.
This intensive class will guide you from basic hand and machine skills to advanced techniques in furniture making. Through a series of demonstrations and exercises, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to build most tables and case pieces. Complete a number of small projects before moving on to building a shaker nightstand and a cabinet on stand.
This class is suitable for beginners to lifelong enthusiastic hobbyists and everyone in between. For those who wish to apply to one of our Career Training programs and who don’t have much prior woodworking experience, this course provides prerequisite skill-building.
Qualifying Veterans may use their post‑9/11 GI Bill to cover the tuition for this course.
Sessions offered in Fall, Winter/Spring, and Summer
Class meets Monday — Friday from 8:30 am — 4:30 pm with an hour set aside for lunch. Class does not meet on holidays, at night, or on weekends.