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Joinery in action

Cutting and joining interior and exterior items, from windows and stairs, to bookshelves and tables, for both commercial and residential projects.

Joinery could be for you if you like:

  • Being creative
  • Craftsmanship
  • Making things
  • Using tools
  • Working as a team

More about Joinery

Working from drawings, the joiner’s task is to measure and cut joints then assemble, install, and finish to a high standard.

They are mostly workshop based, but some projects will take place on building sites or in the homes of customers.

Joinery is closely associated with cabinetmaking and carpentry, and other areas of the construction industry.

Recent medallists in Joinery

WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition

  • Photo of Rupeng Shao

    Rupeng Shao


  • Photo of SHIH-KAI CHEN


    Chinese Taipei

  • Photo of Wolfgang Ramminger

    Wolfgang Ramminger


  • Photo of Romain Mingard

    Romain Mingard


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