Future technicians of production of furniture and wood products study mathematics, physics, chemistry, mechanics, fundamentals of electrical engineering, constructional materials, information technologies, engineering drawing, human safety, business economy, management, etc.
Practical studies are conducted in four stages: cognitive-training, qualification, production-technological and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During these studies, technological processes, product projection and production, quality evaluation of the technological processes and produced articles, employee supervision skills, etc., are consolidated and improved.
The furniture and wood products study programme is aimed at people who have secondary education and seek to be technicians.