Upholstery and Restoration

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Upholstery and Restoration – Grand Falls Windsor Campus April 2018 Program Overview

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This 39 week program prepares students with hands on experience and knowledge pertaining to the world of upholstery applications and product restoration.
The fundamentals of product restoration, wood product refinishing and restoration, furniture design and restoration, finishing theory and materials, and upholstery methods and techniques are some of the topics students of the Upholstery and Restoration program will cover.
Students will be able to take advantage of many of the in-demand opportunities in various markets including customized furniture design, furniture restoration, custom upholstery, boat customization (interiors and coverings), as well as automobile interiors and restorations, among others.
Graduates will have the skills required to work in a variety of trades oriented industries including furniture design and manufacturing; furniture restoration, residential and commercial building construction design, renovation and restoration; automobile restoration and customization; boat manufacturing, customization and restoration, recreational vehicle customization and restoration, among others.  In addition, the develop of your skills and knowledge can translate into a variety of entrepreneurial opportunities within these niches. Students can further specialize in these areas and develop their own approach that focuses on their skills and interests and builds on the strong foundation offered in this program.

Entrance Requirements
Eligibility for admission requires the applicant to meet one of the following academic criteria:
1. High School
High School Graduation
2. Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Basic Education (Level III) Graduation with General College Profile (or Business Related College Profile or Degree and Technical College Profile). It is strongly recommended that courses include the following:
i. Mathematics 2102A, 2102B, 2102C
ii. Science 3101, 3102, 3103
3. Comprehensive Arts and Science (CAS) Trades
Comprehensive Arts and Science (Trades) Certificate
4. Mature Student Requirements
Applicants who do not meet the education prerequisites for this program, are 19 years of age or older, and have been out of school for at least one year may be considered on an individual basis under the Mature Student Requirements; for more information regarding the Mature Student Requirements please refer to Procedure AC-102-PR Admission.

For Additional Information Contact:

Stephen Moss | Business Development Officer
College of the North Atlantic | Office of Customized and Continuous Learning 
5 Cromer Avenue | Grand Falls - Windsor, NL | A2A 1X3 | Tel. 709 292 5653 | Fax. 709 489 4180 
Email: stephen.moss@cna.nl.ca