Become an Industrial Professional
Industrial members are skilled professionals who craft fine woodwork, cabinetry, and décor in commercial, residential and retail structures. Cabinet makers and millworkers fabricate and install decorative and functional elements, including trim and molding, cabinetry, ceiling treatments, doors, windows, exposed columns and beams, display mantels, staircases and more.
Industrial workers value professionalism, productivity and solidarity. They take pride in being the best at what they do, with a focus on collaboration with employer partners based on mutual respect, a dedication to training, and a strong work ethic.
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To graduate from cabinet maker apprentice to journeyworker, you will complete 7,000 hours of on-the-job training (OJT) and 640 hours of classroom learning. Completion hours may vary depending on the region you belong to. Cabinet maker apprentices will be evaluated through demonstrations of skill and technique, and standard knowledge exams.
- OSHA, Financial Planning
- Safety – construction fall protection, aerial lift, first-aid/CPR/AED
- Machine Safety
- Table Saw 1
- Table Saw 2
- Machine Woodworking
- Machine Woodworking 2 – wall cabinets
- Solid Surface – stile and rail door
- European Cabinetry and Laminating
- Exhibit Construction
- Interior Trim
- CNC Router Training
- Custom Toolbox
- ICRA “Health Care Construction”