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The Woodworking program provides students with the opportunity to learn woodworking skills from basic to advance. Step into one of our shops and learn the intricate skills of woodworking from machinery use to design layout. Students advance through each level building their skill set and confidence in becoming a hobbyist woodworker. Go straight to working in the shop with tools and materials. Learn the basics of hand and power tools, design layout, jigs, all the way up to larger machinery leading to building your own project.

If you’ve always wanted to get into the hobby world of woodworking but weren’t sure where to start, this program is for you. The classes are designed to benefit the beginner as well as those with previous experience. With each course, you will build on the knowledge you gained from the previous culminating in designing and building your own project.


An application is not required for this program.

English is the language of instruction at Assiniboine. All applicants educated outside of Canada or in a country not on the test exempt list are expected to meet the English language proficiency requirement. See for more information.

If you don’t meet these admission requirements please visit our adult learning page for more information on assessment of special circumstances.


Continuing Studies courses are offered on various dates and during varying time slots. To see upcoming courses, please visit our Continuing Studies’ course catalogue. Then, register by visiting How to Register & Apply 

Careers & Connections

Take your hobby to the next level by having the skills to create pieces of work for family, friends or even your own online business.

Tools & Supplies

At-Home Computing

For this program, you are expected to have access to a computer at home. It should have a webcam, microphone and internet access to enable remote learning for the theory portions of your programs.

At-Home Computing Information

Courses & Costs

To graduate with a Woodworking document of achievement, students must successfully complete 90 academic hours.

Tuition, fees and Student Association fees total approximately $1,645. All fees are estimated and are subject to change without notice.



Woodworking 1*


Woodworking 2*


Woodworking 3*


Woodworking 4*


Woodworking 5*


Woodworking 6


*Required Course

Continuing Studies courses are offered on various dates and during varying time slots. To see upcoming courses, please visit our Continuing Studies’ course catalogue. You must search by the course title, not by program name.

If you cannot find the course you are interested in, please contact Continuing Studies at Assiniboine directly at or 204.725.8725.

Fast Facts

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are courses not offered every term for this program?

Courses in a program are offered based on several considerations such as, but not limited to, instructor availability, seasonality, demand, etc.