Carpentry and joinery
Our woodworking courses cover a number of trades including carpentry, furniture making, joinery, and shopfitting. Learn how to construct frames for walls and ceilings, make timber joints, assemble furniture components, or construct and install shopfronts.
Study carpentry and joinery
A career in carpentry and joinery will see you working in either the residential and/or commercial sectors within the construction industry. Many carpenters and joiners find employment in housing and construction projects, civil engineering and maintenance roles. Carpenters and joiners can also choose to work for themselves as a subcontractor or small business owner.
With flexible delivery options available and state-of-art facilities TAFE Queensland is the training provider of choice for the building and construction industry. Our industry-standard courses will get you qualified and into the workforce sooner.
- Cabinet maker
- Furnishing worker
- Furniture finisher
- Wood machinist
Carpentry and joinery courses
Information for apprentices
Learn hands on with the same equipment and tools used in industry by combining working for your employer with pracitcal training from TAFE Queensland. You'll graduate with a nationally-recognised qualification and be ready to kick start your career.
Information for employers
Apprenticeships and traineeships are a smart way to recruit and train employees to meet the needs of your business. No matter what industry you're in, hiring an apprentice or trainee provides your business with real benefits and contributes to your bottom line.
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