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Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II in the Philippines



Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in preparing surfaces for final coating, applying final coating using spray gun system, and performing basic preventive maintenance servicing for spray gun equipment and booth.

Aside from those mentioned above, it will also teach you how to:

  • Participate in workplace communication
  • Work in a team environment
  • Practice career professionalism
  • Practice occupational health and safety procedures
  • Perform mensuration and calculations
  • Interpret technical drawings and plans
  • Observe procedures, specifications and manual of instructions
  • Comply with occupational health and safety (OH & S) practices and 5S in the workplace
  • Maintain tools and equipment
  • Use hand tools
  • Apply quality standards

 Course Duration

Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II  takes a minimum of 212 hours to complete.

Admission Requirements

Basic requirements for this TESDA course include:

  • Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • Highschool or College Diploma
  • Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • 1×1 and/or 2×2 Pictures

 

What Students Have to Say:

 

Careers

Qualified graduates of Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II  can find employment as a furniture maker finisher.

Competency Assessment and Certification

Students enrolled in the Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II course may be required to undergo a Competency Assessment before graduation. A National Certificate (NC II) will be issued to students who passed this assessment. You can find more information on assessments and certifications at the official website of TESDA.

 

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    Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in preparing surfaces for final coating, applying final coating using spray gun system, and performing basic preventive maintenance servicing for spray gun equipment and booth. Aside from those mentioned above, it will also teach you how to: Participate in workplace communication Work in a team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures Perform mensuration and calculations Interpret technical drawings and plans Observe procedures, specifications and manual of instructions Comply with occupational health and safety (OH & S) practices and 5S in the workplace Maintain tools and equipment Use hand tools Apply quality …


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    11 Comments

    1. Hi,

      I just want to ask if furniture making course is open to females like me? I’m considering to take this course for me to acquire hands-on experience. I think this would help me a lot ‘coz I’m planning to put up a furniture shop of my own.

      Also, where is the TESDA nearest to Pateros, where I could enroll in this course?

      Thank you :-)

      • Hi, Mrs. A!

        As far as we know, TESDA courses are open to all genders provided that they meet TESDA’s/the training center’s other requirements.
        You can find the list of training centers nearest your place on this page: www.tesda.gov.ph/TVI

        :)

    2. pano pala lahat ng documnt ko nawala dahil isa akong yolanda victim na wash out lahat pwde paba ako mkpag enrol?nandti ako nw sa manila pero college grad ako gusto klng mgkaron ng gnitong skills..ty..

    3. have a nice day to all,
      sa gusto po kumuha ng assestment sa furniture making (finishing) NC II, mag inquire lang po sa tesda marikina,, para makumplito na ang 10 ka tao,, salamat po

      • ask ko lang po if nakapag paassess na kau sa? if hindi pa po pwede kayang pasama ako salamat po

    4. have a nice day ,
      ask ko lang kung paano makakuha nag cabinet making NC II
      salamat po,

      • Hi, John!

        Thanks for visiting our site.

        Please refer to the FAQs on the link below for answers to TESDA-related questions.
        http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-courses-in-the-philippines-frequently-asked-questions/

        :)

    5. HI SIR/MADAM

      I WOULD LIKE TO ENROLL OR HELP ME TO HAVE ASSESMENT OR STUDY FOR FURNITURE MAKING IN TESDA IM PREVIOUS OFW NOW GOVT. EMPLOYEE OR BUILDING WIRING. JUST CALLED ME JUN
      THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
      HERE IS MY CELL FONE NO. 09164251347 THANKS I WAIT YOUR QUICK RESPOND TO MY LETTER. THANK YOU…..

      • Hi, Flaviano!

        Thanks for visiting our site.

        So far, it seems that Balicuatro College of Arts and Trades in Samar is the only school/training center authorized by TESDA to offer this course. We’re not sure if the list of authorized schools/training centers have been updated, though, so it’s best if you’ll contact the nearest TESDA office in your place so they can help you with your concern.
        http://www.courses.com.ph/tesda-regional-provincial-district-offices/

        :)

        • Good day. I would like to know if I have the chance to enroll a furniture class since I am only 2nd yr highschool. I am from the remote katutubo village in Occ. Mindoro and it would be a good chance for me since I did not finish highschool for livelihood purposes. I am willing to undergo training in Manila if given the chance. Thank you.

          • Hi, Win!

            Thanks for visiting our site.

            We believe so. The basic requirements for this program only require the enrollee to be able to read, write, and perform basic mathematical computation, so you should be just fine. Some schools or training centers may impose additional requirements, though, so it’s best if you’ll contact the school or training center you intend to enroll at so they can give you a more accurate and detailed response.

            Good luck! :)

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