Some good cabinet-making courses are the Nine-month Comprehensive course from the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, the Cabinet and Furniture Making course from North Bennet St. School and Cabinetmaking and Woodfinishing from Saint Paul College, according to their websites. The programs offer hands-on experience for aspiring professionals.
The Nine-month Comprehensive course offers instruction in basic woodworking, machine joinery, curves, turning and spray finishing, among others, states the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship website.
The Cabinet and Furniture Making course teaches students all practical aspects of furniture-making, including drafting, estimating costs and operating machinery, says the North Bennet St. School website.
The Cabinetmaking and Woodfinishing course from Saint Paul College offers many benefits for students, including hands-on experience, professional affiliations and advanced career placement, according to the website.