Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways

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MSF20516
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Government-subsidised training
Pre-apprenticeship course
Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$2,170 - $2,170 (full fee)
$803 - $803
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About pre-apprenticeship courses

This course is available to study as a pre-apprenticeship. A pre-apprenticeship is a great way to get a feel for the industry before committing to an apprenticeship.

Some pre-apprenticeships can help reduce the length of a formal apprenticeship. This only applies to selected courses approved by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA). To find out if this applies to your pre-apprenticeship contact your training provider.

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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
MEM16006A
Organise and communicate information
MEM16008A
Interact with computing technology
MSFFM2001
Use furniture making sector hand and power tools
MSFFM2002
Assemble furnishing components
MSFFM2003
Select and apply hardware
MSFFP2001
Undertake a basic furniture making project
MSFFP2002
Develop a career plan for the furnishing industry
MSFFP2003
Prepare surfaces
MSFFP2004
Apply domestic surface coatings
MSFFP2005
Join furnishing materials
MSFFP2006
Make simple timber joints
MSFFP2007
Identify materials used in furnishing production
MSFFP2008
Make a simple upholstery product
MSFFP2009
Identify materials suitable for kitchen or bathroom construction
MSFFP2010
Research and draw a basic kitchen or bathroom design
MSFGN2001
Make measurements and calculations
MSMENV272
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
MSMPCI101
Adapt to work in industry
MSMPCI103
Demonstrate care and apply safe practices at work
MSMSUP106
Work in a team
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  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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