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Wood and wood products: environmental issues

Wood and wood products

For information on wood working as part of secondary school courses, see our Design and Technology/Craft and Design guidance.

Design and technology/craft and design materials

Further or higher education establishments which run courses teaching the skills associated with processes used in industry and business can find useful guidance in the NetRegs guidance for businesses that work with wood.

Wood and timber products sector guidance

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