Wood Manufacturing Council
WoodLINKS is a wood products manufacturing education and certification program offered by the Wood Manufacturing Council. It consists of a curriculum, curriculum resources and assessment tools for certification to an industry standard. The program was developed primarily as a tool for high school teachers to enable them to teach current and relevant knowledge and skills in wood manufacturing. The program also ensures that students, teachers and parents are knowledgeable about the many career options available in the industry. A certification program was also developed with industry advisory committees to set the standard for achieving certification.
Certificate or Official Document
The certification indicates students have met the industry standard for entry-level employment in wood products processing. Students are issued signed certificates indicating their achievement. Students passing the advanced course may also take advantage of Transition Agreements offered by several colleges across the country including the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Forestry’s – Centre for Advanced Wood Processing.
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