Upholsterers manufacture and restore furniture covered in fabric and leather. They produce new furniture such as sofas, armchairs, ottomans and dining room chairs. They also restore worn upholstered furniture. A skilled upholsterer is able to combine a knowledge of fabrics, leathers, and other materials with an artistic flair and technical skills. Upholsterers should have an eye for detail and enjoy working with their hands.
Introduction to Upholstery is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to become an entry-level upholsterer. In addition, students will learn the soft skills needed for employment. The course includes core skills, training in upholstery manufacturing concepts, tools and safety, and training in employability skills, communication, problem solving, and critical thinking.
Registration Fee - $182
|Intro to Upholstery||UPH-3110-300||01/10/2022-04/18/2022 Classroom Hours Monday, Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:30PM, Building - J, Room 118||13|
|Intro to Upholstery||UPH-3110-301||05/02/2022-08/10/2022 Classroom Hours Monday, Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:30PM, Building - J, Room 118||13|
|Intro to Upholstery||UPH-3110-302||08/29/2022-12/14/2022 Classroom Hours Monday, Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:30PM, Building - J, Room 118||13|
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Many trainees receive training in basic upholstery at vocational schools and community colleges. Most employers prefer to hire high school graduates.
Salaries based upon local industry average range from $21,600 to $49,800 annually.
To learn more about a career in the Upholstery field, visit CCC&TI's Career Coach site for the following program:
Licensure: Authorization granted to CCC&TI to provide instruction within another state does not imply or provide guarantees of any kind that an individual will be granted professional licensure by another state as a result of completing coursework at CCC&TI or receiving professional licensure in North Carolina. It is the sole responsibility of the individual/student to determine whether another college or license-awarding agency in another state will accept CCC&TI coursework and/or award licensure through a reciprocity agreement with the State of North Carolina.