Joinery

What does a joiner do?

Joinery is a craft practiced for centuries that requires a keen eye for detail and the ability to follow a methodical process. 

Joiners may work in a workshop, because the formation of various joints is made easier by the use of non-portable, powered machinery.

A joiner usually produces items such as:

  • Interior and exterior doors
  • Windows
  • Stairs
  • Tables
  • Bookshelves
  • Cabinets
  • Furniture

Course Code: Certificate III in Joinery CPC31912

What does a joiner do?

Joinery is a craft practiced for centuries that requires a keen eye for detail and the ability to follow a methodical process. 

Joiners may work in a workshop, because the formation of various joints is made easier by the use of non-portable, powered machinery.

A joiner usually produces items such as:

  • Interior and exterior doors
  • Windows
  • Stairs
  • Tables
  • Bookshelves
  • Cabinets
  • Furniture

Course Code: Certificate III in Joinery CPC31912

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What are the weekly wages?


First Stage
$542.64*


Second Stage
$629.66*


Third Stage
$716.68*


Fourth Stage
$847.02*


Joiner
$934.22*

*Correct as per Joinery and Building Trades Award 2010 as at 1 July 2019.
The weekly rates of pay have been calculated to include the tool, industry and special allowances based on a Junior Apprentice who has completed Year 12.

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