Woodworking 201 Workshop November 21st to December 12th (4 weeks)
Woodworking 201 Workshop November 21st to December 12th (4 weeks)
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Woodworking 201 Workshop November 21st to December 12th (4 weeks)

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Date: November 21st, 28th, December 5th, 12th 2021

Audience: Age: 16+

Time: 2:00 pm to 5.00 pm

Classes: 4 Consecutive Weeks (excluding public holidays)

Cost: $275+ HST

Participants should budget for approximately $100 in material fees to complete their projects, which includes safety equipment.

Description: 

In this workshop, participants in this course will build on their basic woodworking skills, to create their own customized end table. In this course, you will learn to use table saws, router, planer, joiner, sander tools, wood joinery, and finishing techniques.  

Participants will receive limited complementary Makerspace Membership to NewMakeIt during the term of the class, allowing additional time to work on projects and bolster their knowledge.

This class will be a combination of workshop and classroom. Appropriate safety equipment is required. Participants should budget for approximately $100 in material fees to complete their projects.

This class is classified as “Intermediate”. It’s designed for those with some wood building experience that would like to increase and perfect their skills. Students should have a basic understanding of tools and wood construction. 

You’ll be learning and using a variety of different tools like the jointer, planer, Miter saw, table saw, sanders, and more to complete your creations.

Participants will also receive a limited membership to the woodshop, allowing them time to work on their projects between sessions. 

This program is both classroom and workshop-based. Students will need to provide the necessary safety equipment and appropriate dress.

Instructor:  Chris Tucker

Chris Tucker is an experienced high school construction technology teacher with a background in architecture. He has been teaching students of all ages the joys of woodworking for over 20 years. Chris uses traditional as well as modern tools in his woodworking projects. Chris is also a freelance writer for the Canadian Woodworking and Home Improvement magazine, and focuses on the integration of digital tools and techniques into the shop.  

Location:

621 Timothy St, Newmarket, ON L3Y 1R3, Canada