The Woodworking Concepts program offers students numerous opportunities to learn how to judge the quality of wood products and develop solutions to problems that occur when working in the industry. In addition, students also have the opportunity to express their creative talents when working on wood craft projects and furniture building.

The development of manipulative skills and the introduction to related technological knowledge on specific trade information is integrated throughout this program. The course is designed to provide learning experiences in wood production while developing and refining teamwork and leadership skills.

Students are engaged in the areas of:

Shop and tool safety

Tool & equipment identification and usage

Measuring & cutting techniques

Wood crafts

Glues, stains, paints and sealants

Wood layout, cutout and assembly

Furniture making

Painting techniques

Career exploration in the Woodworking Industry









John Arguello - Instructor


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Woodworking Concepts (WW)

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Career Possibilities:


Precision Woodworker


Finish Carpenter

Furniture Designer


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