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Cabinet Making Schools & Online Courses

It's no understatement to say that we generally take for granted the furniture and cabinetry in our homes. The chairs under us, the tables before us, the storage around us, and all the furniture we enjoy has come from somewhere and someone. We might not give a second through to their structure, their design, or their function - as long as they work and correspond to our decor, we use them. But there are individuals who have worked with their hands, their drawing tools, and their blocks of wood to create styles of furniture we can take for granted. If you have a passion for working with tools, with raw materials like wood, and for different styles of furniture and cabinetry, then taking courses that can harness your passion will lead to many long term benefits. This is a great career choice and you'll need to find cabinet making schools first to get started. Use the school information we provided below to begin your research.

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While making objects with your own hands is a frequently underrated activity, there are many rewarding careers and personal benefits associated with furniture and cabinet making. The prominent career areas for those with training and a passion for this field include working in a furniture retail store or manufacturer, working in a furniture or cabinet repair shop, working at home as a private contractor, and starting your own woodworking business that specializes in custom furniture and cabinet production. No matter your position in someone's company or your own, you will have the opportunity to what you love and what you've been trained to do.

When you're working at a production or repair shop, you are using your skills behind the scenes to produce wonders that will end up in someone else's household. As a furniture maker, you will be employed to design and manufacture your own crafts. In some cases, your designs may begin to be mass produced; in other cases, you may be mass producing someone else's design. While working at a large scale manufacturer may have consistent work and pay, you might also be subject to the whims of the vision for the business. Working in a repair shop will offer more variety in terms of what you find, but here your creative options will stem from the type of repair you make, not from original designs of your own. When you work at home or open your own business as a private contractor, you options expand and the type of work you take on can better fit your own skills and desires. Here you can custom make specific orders for clients, repair others' furniture or cabinets, or even produce your own unique designs and put them up for sale online or in your very own store.

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In addition to creating, making, and fixing furniture and cabinets for others, some of the greatest benefits to these skills are personal: you can make these objects for yourself. You can also produce these objects as a personal hobby and do whatever you like with the results. Many furniture and cabinet makers report that although they earn money from their labors, they enjoy the therapeutic process of creating something original with their hands. You, too, will be the beneficiary of this amazing result as well. No matter if you end up professionally making furniture and cabinetry, or if you enthusiastically do it as a personal hobby, your hands will learn how to manipulate tools and materials to produce works of art that are both useful and beautiful. Many of the cabinet making schools below are DETC accredited so you can trust your taking a program from an approved school in good standings.

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You can complete Southeastern Institute's training programs in as few as 8 months!* Receive handson instruction from caring instructors with practical experience in the fields in which they teach. Southeastern's small class sizes and individualized attention can be just what you need to succeed.

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At Universal Technical Institute (UTI), you won't just train for a career. You'll train for success. 

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For 100 years, Automotive Training Center, also known as ATC, has trained hard working students to become automotive industry professionals.

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At Platt College, we encourage our students to follow their passions, wherever they may lie, to find a career they love. You’ll find a supportive learning environment and career-focused training designed to help you gain the knowledge and hands-on training you need to succeed. 

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