Woodworking

WOOD WORKING WORKSHOP

Hand woodworking skills have become redundant in this age of machine & power tools, although this primeval skill has lasted across centuries, it is often neglected today and being brought to children as Beginner’s level 1 – Woodworking course out of a 3 level – Beginners Program (90 hours). Its said that deep satisfaction within ourselves, comes from working with our hands, bringing in the rigor and repetition needed to complete the job at hand and indirectly building a certain forces of ‘will’ within us. Workshop uses Steiner pedagogical tools.

Ages: 10 to 15 years

Course Content:

a) Understanding nature, types of wood & common terminologies
b) Understanding essential concepts of wood working
c) Understanding and working with different tools
d) Marking, Measurements & Sawing
e) Nails, Screws, Glue handling
f) Joinery, Planes & Sanding
g) Observation, Design elements & Planning
h) Learning to make frames and boxes
i) Simple wood work projects
j) Personal care & work safety awareness

Child can enroll for one or more weeks. If enrolled for both weeks: Beginners – Level 1 Certification (30 hours)

Timings: 9 am to 12 pm (Mon to Fri)

What the child needs to bring: Water bottle; cap or hat; fruit or snack for a mid-course break; clear safety goggles (as available in Decathlon stores or equivalent).

Workspace: Indoors & Semi-Sheltered outdoors

Clothes: Comfortable, loose fitting clothes which can get dirty and muddy whilst working and appropriate to the weather.

Pricing: All inclusive i.e. course fees & materials, access to working tools, project take-aways, certification, venue charges & taxes.

Click here to Register or Call 89511 40598

Conducted by Skills Beyond Education