ERIC Number: ED478343
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
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Cabinetmaker. Occupational Analysis Series.
Chinien, Chris; Boutin, France
This document contains the analysis of the occupation of cabinetmaker, or joiner, that is accepted by the Canadian Council of Directors as the national standard for the occupation. The front matter preceding the analysis includes exploration of the development of the analysis, structure of the analysis, validation method, scope of the cabinetmaker occupation, occupational observations, and safety. The analysis covers six blocks plus the tasks and sub-tasks associated with each block. The blocks are: common occupational skills; machining; forming and laminating; veneers and laminates; assembly; and finishing and restoration. The section for each block describes the skills and knowledge that must be acquired to perform the tasks, any shifts or changes in technology, the components of the tasks, and the tools and equipment needed, and 18 tasks including builds prototypes, assembles cabinets, and restores woodwork. Appendix A is a list of tools and equipment, Appendix B is a glossary, Appendix C contains data from the validation of the analysis, and Appendix D is a pie chart depicting the average number of questions on an interprovincial exam for each block. (SLR)
Descriptors: Cabinetmaking, Carpentry, Employment Qualifications, Finishing, Foreign Countries, Furniture Industry, Hand Tools, Job Analysis, National Standards, Occupational Information, Postsecondary Education, Safety, Skilled Occupations, Standard Setting, Task Analysis, Technology Education, Tests
For full text: http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/hrib/hrp-prh/redseal/english/pdf/Cabin etmaker_2000.pdf. Also available in French: http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/hrib/hrp-prh/redseal/francais/pdf/Eben iste_2000.pdf.
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials
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Identifiers - Location: Canada