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Classes Starting Soon

The following classes are starting
in September 2016:

  • Introduction to Furniture Making  (details)
  • Beginning Woodworking - Fancy Cutting Board (Parkland Class)  (details)
  • Woodworking for Beginners  (details)
  • Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)  (details)
  • Advanced Pen Turning - Over and Under  (details)

The following classes are starting
in October 2016:

  • Furniture Restoration and Refinishing  (details)
  • Power Tool Proficiency -- Stock Preparation  (details)
  • Power Tool Proficiency -- Routing  (details)
  • The Dovetail: An Introduction to Traditional Hand-Cut Joinery  (details)
  • Power Tool Proficiency -- Drilling and Mortising  (details)
  • Introduction to Pen Turning  (details)
  • Intermediate Woodworking - Cabinet Making (Parkland Class)  (details)
  • Power Tool Proficiency -- Sawing  (details)
  • Beginning Woodworking - Wooden Keepsake Boxes (Parkland Class)  (details)
  • Woodworking Safety 1  (details)

 

Go to http://www.cuwschool.com/classes.php for more information about these, and more!

 

Or download our latest class list (pdf), for a quick summary of classes, dates, etc.

Saturday Aug 13, 2016

Woodworking Classes
for Kids!

 

80 minute classes, $29 per child

3 classes offered (Grades 2-5, K-2, 3-6)

 

Click for details!

Your project, our shop!

Independent Skills Development

If you would like to utilize the facilities at the CU Woodshop School of Woodworking to finish a project you started in one of our classes, or to build your own project on an independent basis, we now have a program for you. Regular time slots will be designated in our School Workshop specifically for Independent Skill Development (click for details).

 

Individuals who wish to sign up for Independent Skills Development must have first achieved a Safety Certification in the area of the shop that they wish to use. At this time, we are certifying people for:

  • Level 1 Woodworker – Individuals with this level of certification know how to safely use the basic tools and machines required for simple woodworking projects such as the table saw, bandsaw, miter saw, jointer, planer etc.

 

If you are an experienced woodworker and already know how to use most power tools safely and efficiently, you may sign up for only the Woodworking Safety I class and take the certification exam:

 

However, if you do not feel that you are skilled in the use of power tools, you will need to sign up for one or more of our Power Tool Proficiency classes:

leading up to

 

These classes are limited to 4 students per class, for lots of personal attention. They begin in only a few days, and will not be offered again until early next year (2017), so register now!

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