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TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 9— WOODWORK

This course is an introduction to joinery and cabinet making. The primary focus of this course is to develop safe, effective operating techniques with woodworking machinery. All major stationary and portable power woodworking machines are covered in the course with a special emphasis on safety. A small furniture project will teach students edge, dado, mortise and tenon joints. A lathe project is also required. 

Techonology Education 10: Woodwork

This course can be an entry-level course or a continuation of Woodwork 9. The focus of this course continues to develop safe, effective operating techniques with woodworking machinery. All major stationary and portable power woodworking machines are covered in the course with a special emphasis on safety. 

Carpentry and Joinery 12

Recommendation: Carpentry and Joinery I

Carpentry & Construction: Furniture Construction Level II is an intermediate level woodworking course. The student must rapidly gain confidence and safety awareness of power tools to be used for project work. To ensure safe operation of the power tools, the student must pass the safety tests with a 90% mark or better. The power tools to be used during the year are listed below:

table saw , lathe, miter saw, jointer, planer, band saw, drill press, router, and sander.

Text: Introduction to Woodworking and Construction. 

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