This certificate provides basic skills for people entering the wood manufacturing fields. In this program skills emphasized will be the identification, inspection and scaling of lumber and logs, the machining and physical properties of wood, the manufacturing processes and methods found in the forest products industry, as well as two-dimensional drafting. This certificate will also incorporate an environmental component focusing on the elimination of waste and recycling. The Basic Wood Manufacturing Certificate is only available at the Antigo Campus.
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- Use current safety precautions in a manufacturing setting
- Set up and operate a variety of common wood manufacturing machinery
- Create CAD drawings for wood products
- Inspect various wood products according to industry standards
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Credits earned at NTC may transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Visit www.ntc.edu/transfer for a complete listing of transfer opportunities for this certificate.
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