Monday 13, 20, 27 January and 3 February, 10am-1pm
This course is now fully booked
This course runs across four weeks and participants must attend all four sessions.
Over the four weeks participants will each make an ash and birch plywood side table. In doing so you will learn a variety of jointing techniques and in doing so develop traditional hand-skills and become confident in the use of basic woodworking machinery and power tools.
This course has been designed for people who have ideas they would like to develop, but who need to develop skills and confidence in the wood workshop. Exploring these various methods will introduce participants to the basic skills which form a foundation for prototyping and mocking up design ideas.
The course will include:
An introduction to marking and measuring tools
Marking and measuring mortice and tenons
Drilling and screwing joints
Linear beltsanding components
Hand planing components
Sanding for finishing
STEAMhouse’s programmes are fully funded. Spaces are very limited and priority will be given to self-employed sole traders and people with their own businesses who have an idea they would like to develop at STEAMhouse. This course is designed for individuals with limited experience of working in a wood workshop who want to develop more skills and confidence.
HOW TO APPLY FOR A SPACE
Please send an expression of interest outlining:
Why you would like to take part in the course
Whether you are a self-employed sole trader or a business
Where you are based to firstname.lastname@example.org by 18 December 2019