The Finish Carpenter Technical certificate specializes in interior and exterior finish of a residential building. Topics covered are doors, trim, cabinets, millwork, cornice, soffit, wall covering, ceilings, cabinets and insulation. Theory along with practical application in the lab is emphasized. Technical courses apply to the diploma program in carpentry. This certificate does not qualify for Federal financial aid as it does not meet minimum hour requirements.
Students must complete COFC 1020 , and COFC 1050 prior to attempting the courses in the Finish Carpenter certificate program.
Some courses in this program of study may be subject to a livework and/or supply reimbursement charge.
Candidates must complete the Certified Construction Worker Technical Certificate of Credit or have sufficient in-field experience.
Apprentice level employment as professional cabinet installer, interior trim & flooring carpenter, exterior cornice, siding, window & door, and roofing installer, deck builder.