Carpentry and Woodworking | Assiniboine Community College
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Carpentry and Woodworking

Duration/Start: 9 months/September

Credential: Certificate

Gain the skills you need to excel in a fulfilling and creative hands-on career in commercial and residential construction.

Our nine-month Carpentry and Woodworking program offers an incredible learning experience within a cutting-edge training facility. You’ll find up-to-date tools and equipment and a friendly atmosphere. 

Our Carpentry and Woodworking is located at the Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology at our North Hill Campus in Brandon and at our Parkland Campus in Dauphin. Completed in 2010, this 130,000 square foot facility features innovative machine shops, laboratories, and computer rooms. Carpentry and Woodworking is also offered at our Parkland Campus in Dauphin.

Please note: Only the Carpentry & Woodworking program at our Parkland Campus in Dauphin is open to International Students.

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 9 months/September

Credential Certificate

Credits 79.5

Optional Exit No

Co-op Work Placement No

Distance Delivery No

International Students Yes

Study Options
On Campus
Open to International Students

Why choose Carpentry and Woodworking?

Work experience introduces you to the real world practicalities of the construction industry. You’ll get to put into practice your pre-employment skills, as well as make valuable employer contacts. 

You’ll graduate with many options to choose from in commercial and residential construction—materials merchandising, prefabrication centres, millwork and cabinet making facilities. You may also enjoy more entrepreneurial ventures in building or woodworking fields.

Unique Learning Experiences

  • Modern, well-equipped woodworking shop
  • Emphasis on practical and applied learning
  • Industry-based practicum

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