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MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making

Start Date

Throughout the year

Career Opportunities

Cabinet Maker

Mode

Skills Recognition

Average Salary

The average Cabinet Maker salary in Australia is $64,350* per year. *Source au.talent.com (2022)

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Course Description

The MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making is an entry level qualification that focuses on building free-standing furniture or in-built cabinets, manufacture and install cabinets in kitchen, bathrooms and other spaces.

Skills include measurements and calculations, environmentally sustainable work practices, to estimate and cost jobs, how to use hand and power tools, manual and computer-aided production drawings, manufacture of fitted furniture, installation of fitted furniture, manufacture of free-standing furniture, and applying stains, polishes, and decorative finishes.

This course recognises your skills and prior learning that enables you to perform a range of cabinet making tasks.

This course recognises your skills and prior learning that enables you to routinely perform cabinet making tasks in domestic and commercial settings.

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FAQ about Cabinet Making

At Everthought, if you have a minimum of 3 years of experience as a labourer working in cabinet making, you might be able to get your MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making via RPL, which takes from 2 to 8 weeks, depending on your skills and experience.

Yes, there is a high demand of cabinet makers in Australia.

To become a qualified cabinet maker in Australia, you will need a MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making.

The average Cabinet Maker salary in Australia is $64,350 per year (Source au.talent.com – 2022).

To start your career as a qualified cabinet maker in Australia you will need to get a MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making.

You will likely call on a carpenter when you are having renovations completed to your home to complete structural work, as well as to build things like staircases, gazebos and house frames. They also install doors, windows mouldings and trim, in addition to erecting scaffolding, laying timber floors and installing timber cladding.
Alternatively, you will require the services of a cabinet maker if you require items with intricate details. They generally work on projects such as shop fittings, kitchen makeovers and bathroom renovations creating pieces such as bookcases, cabinets, benches and entertainment units. Some cabinet makers install pieces that they have created, whereas others do not.