MSF20516 Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

This course has been designed to allow you to pursue career pathways in either joinery or cabinetry. The course will provide you with the basic skills to manufacture free-standing and built-in furniture, or fitted cabinets for bathrooms and kitchens along with the installation process. It also equips you with the skills required to assist with installation and renovation of fitted cabinets as part of a collaborative team.

Requirements for completion of this qualification

To be awarded this qualification, competency must be achieved in 12 units of competency made up of 5 core units of competency and 7 elective units

Funding options

  • Fee for Service (if eligibility criteria are met)
  • VETiS
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MSF20516 Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways is Nationally Recognised Training.

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Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

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