One of the most highly-valued parts of a home or workplace is the kitchen cabinets or other furniture or wood fixtures. A cabinetmaker is a prized craft person who can interpret plans and drawings, create patterns, and use modern woodworking machines to shape the components for the final product. Students in this program learn to work with contemporary woods, laminates and substitutes, and how to achieve the polished, finished look that can make an owner beam with pride. They produce new products and learn to repair and enhance older ones. The trade starts with a 9-month entry-level program in a state-of-the-art facility. Graduates can then proceed to become Provincial Apprentices and pursue advanced training also offered by CNA.