Certificate II in Furniture Making
Course Code LMF20309
Duration 562 hours (nominal) , 36 Months Part time
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This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required by those working an production enviornment in the manufacture of free-standing furniture or build-in cabinets, and those providing on-site assistance in the installation of furniture or cabinets.
Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (SAC 2006) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement. Credit can be granted towards this qualification by those who have completed LMF20402 Certificate II in Glass and Glazing with units included in this qualification or achieved equivalent industry experience.
The pre-apprenticeship course is desirable for employers and offers credits towards the off-the-job component of the Certificate III in Cabinet Making.
Job roles covered by this qualification include assistant cabinet maker, assistant installer of build-in cabinets, and production operator within a cabinet making enterprise. Cabinets include free-standing and built-in furniture.
Please note: Students are required to wear appropriate work wear to all sessions – Hi-Vis, leather boots, PPE including safety glasses and earmuffs.
Participants are assessed via completion of required tasks and a demonstration of skills, eg. Written and verbal assignments, practical work, classroom participation, projects and/or written tests.
This course can be completed as an apprenticeship in the workplace.
Skills Recognition is the process of gaining formal recognition for skills and knowledge that have been obtained through work history, previous study and life experience. Skills Recognition is an assessment-only process - there is no formal training involved, although you may choose to complete further training as a result of the assessment process. Skills Recognition is made up of one or more of the following processes including credit transfer and recognition of prior learning.
To find out more about Skills Recognition call 1300 GOTAFE (1300 468 233)
The standard hourly fee for this course in a Government subsidised place is $2.17.
A funded student can expect to pay no more than $1,219.54 in tuition fees to complete this course.
Additional fees for student services, amenities, goods and materials may apply. The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Please contact GOTAFE or see our fees and charges page for further information.
Docker St, Wangaratta
Fryers St, Shepparton
Wallis St, Seymour
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Units of Study
|Core units - LMF20309|
|MSAPMSUP102A||Communicate in the workplace|
|MSAENV272B||Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices|
|LMFFM2001B||Use furniture making hand and power tools|
|MSAPMSUP106A||Work in a team|
|CPCCOHS1001A||Work safely in the construction industry|
|Elective Units - LMF20309|
|LMFFM2011B||Apply manufactured board conversion techniques|
|LMFFM1001B||Construct a basic timber furnishing product|
|LMFFM3012B||Prepare a cutting list from plans and specifications|
|LMFFM3003B||Produce angled and curved furniture using manufactured board|
|HLTFA211A||Provide basic emergency life support|
|LMFGN3001B||Read and interpret work documents|
|Specialist units - LMF20309 - Minimum of 5|
|LMFFF2006B||Apply surface coatings by spray gun|
|LMFFM2002B||Assemble furnishing components|
|LMFFM3002B||Construct furniture using leg and rail method|
|LMFFM2007B||Follow plans to assesmble production furniture|
|LMFFM2006B||Hand make timber joints|
|LMFFM2005B||Join solid timber|
|LMFFF2004B||Prepare surfaces for finishing|
|MSAPMSUP201A||Receive or despatch goods|
|LMFFM2003B||Select and apply hardware|
|LMFFM2010B||Set up, operate and maintain basic static machines|
|LMFFM3031B||Set up, operate and maintain CNC machining and processing centres|
It may be necessary to cancel or postpone courses due to insufficient enrolments or funding changes.