|Field of Study:||Carpentry/Carpenter
Construction Trades, General
Construction Trades, Other
|Description:||If you have completed Conestoga's Woodworking Technician program, have industry experience or have equivalent experience in the woodworking industry, you may be eligible to take this post-graduate program.
As a student you will gain understanding and applied skills in the areas of work measurement, methods analysis, plant layout and support systems, material handling, quality control, cost estimating and manufacturing management techniques such as production planning and scheduling, personnel management and supervision, including practice in supervision for full-time students. An important part of your studies will be developing knowledge in computer-integrated manufacturing, NC program processing and computer applications in areas such as inventory control and costing.