Carpentry-Cabinetmaking Program Overview

  • Students entering in the Carpentry - Cabinetmaking Program are instructed in the safe and proper use of hand tools, portable power tools, and stationary power equipment. They are also instructed in layout, design, and various machining methods. These skills are then used to fabricate progressively-more-difficult projects, ultimately leading to the introduction of Computerized Numerical Controlled (C.N.C.) Training in the state-of-the-art multi-cam routers and the S.C.M.I. point-to-point machining center.

    A portion of this program deals with the building of a house. Junior and senior students construct a residential home in one of our member communities. Students are instructed in rough framing techniques, shingling, exterior finish, interior finish, as well as built-in cabinets and the installation of custom cabinetwork.

    The Carpentry-Cabinetmaking Program provides students with the skills necessary to compete in today's highly technical and demanding building trade industry.

Diman Carpentry - Cabinetmaking Program

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Skills & Careers

  • Students graduating from Diman have a variety of job options open to them. Below is a partial list of jobs Diman grads from this program are qualified for, depending on their level of education.

    Diman Diploma 2 Year College 4 Year College
    • Rough and finish carpenter
    • Tile setter
    • Cabinet maker/installer
    • Retail sales/construction supply
    • Drywall worker/plasterer
    • Roofer
    • Siding installer
    • Insulator
    • Hardwood Floor Installer
    • Remodeler
    • Estimator
    • Building inspector
    • Architectural technologist
    • Engineering technician
    • Interior/exterior design
    • Draftsperson
    • Surveyor
    • Real estate salesperson
    • Civil/structural engineer
    • Design engineer
    • Vocational technical instructor
    • College instructor
    • Real estate developer

    Skills & Skill Areas

    • Shop Safety
    • Measurements
    • Hand Tools
    • Common Wood Joints
    • Hand Sanding
    • Gluing
    • Blueprint Reading
    • Set Up & Operate Shop Equipment
    • CNC Programming
     
    • Layout & Stockpiling of Cabinets
    • Construct Wall, Base, & Utility Cabinets
    • Construct Furniture
    • Orientation to Nature of Wood
    • Hardware Application
    • Installation of Cabinets
    • Apply Production Procedures
    • Safety on the Job Site
    • Beam-Steel & Wood
    • Floor Joists/ Trusses
    • Partition & Wall Framing
    • Roof Framing -Shingling
    • Insulation
    • Dry Wall Installation
    • Exterior Finish
    • Installation of Windows/Doors

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