It was a pleasure to welcome ten students to our sell-out introductory course last week, and we’re delighted that everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.
So much so that a student from Germany has already signed up to join us on our professional course beginning in October 2019.
And he might be joined by two others who also thoroughly loved the course and who feel that they may have found their true vocations.
The students on our September short course came from Canada, Germany, Scotland and England.
If anyone is thinking about woodworking as a career, we would absolutely recommend first enrolling on one of our short courses.
You’ll get a real feel for what woodworking involves and can then decide whether it’s the right career path for you.
One great advantage is that, if you do decide to enroll on a professional course, the short course fees are deducted in full.
However, the lure of professional woodworking doesn’t just come from our short courses.
We’ve also recently introduced a one-month intermediate course that, while not intended as a stepping-stone into professional woodworking, does give keen hobbyists a whole range of design and making skills.
It’s also a course that has already inspired two intermediate course students this year to enroll on next year’s professional course.
The big advantages of the intermediate course is that there are no dates on which the course begins or ends – it’s a course designed to flexibly fit around your other commitments.
We’re also open to intermediate students studying with us in smaller segments – again to make it as easy as possible for students.
The other big advantage of the intermediate course is that we only have a maximum of two students at a time to ensure that one-to-one tuition is maximised.
Our next introductory course runs from the 17th to 21st December, so if you’re looking to treat yourself to a pre-Christmas present, or to give someone the gift of woodworking, do get in touch!