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85 Woodwork courses

Woodwork Course: A Comprehensive Guide to Woodworking Techniques

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By John Academy

Explore the art and science of woodworking with our comprehensive course. From fundamental techniques to advanced skills, master the use of hand and power tools, joinery methods, and expert wood finishing. Unlock your creativity and craft timeless, handcrafted wood pieces. Enroll now for a hands-on experience in the world of woodworking craftsmanship.

Woodwork Course: A Comprehensive Guide to Woodworking Techniques
Delivered Online On Demand
£23.99

Beginners Woodworking: Make a Bread Board

By The River Shop

The Beginners Woodworking Workshop is a one day course where you will learn to make a bread board in just a few hours!

Beginners Woodworking: Make a Bread Board
Delivered In-Person in London4 hours, Mar 24th, 11:00 + 3 more
£125

Introduction to woodworking: kitchen utensils

By Tom Sherlock

Looking for a crafty way to spend a couple of days? Or maybe you're searching for a DIY workshop to treat someone special? Check out this woodworking course in Birmingham.

Introduction to woodworking: kitchen utensils
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£250

Woodworking Course: Raised Panel Door

By Tom Sherlock

Woodworking Course: Raised Panel Door. Get to grips with routing at this woodworking class in Birmingham. This three-day workshop will give you an introduction to woodworking on a router table as you create a pair of handsome raised panel cabinet doors.

Woodworking Course: Raised Panel Door
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£400

Woodworking Course: Kitchen Utensils (5 Days)

By Tom Sherlock

Working with an experienced local crafter, you'll design and create your wooden chopping board, rolling pin and set of utensils to take pride of place in your kitchen.

Woodworking Course: Kitchen Utensils (5 Days)
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£600

Personalised Toy Box workshop

By Tom Sherlock

Ever wanted to give woodworking a try? This seven-day course in Birmingham is the perfect jumping-off point. Working with Tom, a local woodworking expert, you'll learn to build your very own personalised toy box

Personalised Toy Box workshop
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£950

Green Woodworking for Kids

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By Fazey Woodcraft

Kids Green Woodworking Workshops

Green Woodworking for Kids
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£35

Build your own clock from recycled materials

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By BlackPaw

WHAT YOU'LL DO Design and build your own one-off clock from recycled and scrap materials, with the help of upcycling experts, Black Paw. In this experience you can choose to make anything from a wall or table clock to a Grandfather or Grandmother clock. You’ll each be given a quartz battery powered clock unit and from there you can get creative with your design and the materials you use. Your hosts, Scott and Sue, will guide you through everything you need to know, from the tools you’ll use to how to prep recycled material. For your clock design you’ll have free reign to be creative with your ideas. The style you choose can be inspired by anything and can be finished in colour or natural wood. This is a perfect chance to create a unique piece for your home or make a personal, one-off gift. Everyone is welcome and you’ll not only go away with your finished clock, but the practical skills to continue upcycling. FACILITIES *  WiFi *  Refreshments available *  Toilets *  Parking COVID-19 GUIDELINES As you arrive you’ll need to confirm that you’re in good health and your temperature will be taken. Please bring a face mask as you’ll need to wear one at certain points during your experience. Face shields will be optional to wear for the rest of your time in the workshop and these will be provided. All workspaces will be fully sanitised and there will regular hand washing throughout. ON THE DAY You don't need any previous woodwork experience, just some enthusiasm! Please wear old clothes (or something that you don’t mind getting damaged or torn) and sensible, closed toe footwear. Work boots are recommended. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day, but please bring along your own packed lunch.

Build your own clock from recycled materials
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£75

Routing Course

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By Boat Building Academy

An introduction to the safe use of routers, direction of cut, holding the workpiece, PPE and dust control. Different methods of working with a router, guided handheld, free-hand, and table mounted.

Routing Course
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£450

Make a bird or bug house from recycled material

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By BlackPaw

WHAT YOU'LL DO Encourage nature into your garden by making your own bird box or bug hotel, all from recycled materials. Your design can be based entirely around what you’d like to attract to your garden, from birds to bees. You’ll finish with your own completely unique piece for the garden. Your hosts, Scott and Sue, will guide you through everything you need to know, from the tools to use to how to prep your recycled material. They'll be happy to help with ideas big or small and will have example designs to hand and lots of inspiration. You’ll be creating in Scott’s heated workshop, fully equipped with everything you need and with lots of space for building. At the end of your experience you’ll get to take home a bug house to be proud of, as well as leaving with the skills to create other upcycled pieces. FACILITIES *  WiFi *  Refreshments available *  Toilets *  Parking *  Child friendly (0-16) COVID-19 GUIDELINES As you arrive you’ll need to confirm that you’re in good health and your temperature will be taken. Please bring a face mask as you’ll need to wear one at certain points during your experience. Face shields will be optional to wear for the rest of your time in the workshop and these will be provided. All workspaces will be fully sanitised and there will regular hand washing throughout. ON THE DAY You don't need any previous woodwork experience, just some enthusiasm! Please wear old clothes (or something that you don’t mind getting damaged or torn) and sensible, closed toe footwear. Work boots are recommended. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day, but please bring along your own packed lunch. Course Location courses can be either in Glastonbury or at Scott's own workshop near the Bath and West show grounds (BA46QN) and will be confirmed.

Make a bird or bug house from recycled material
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£95

Epoxy Resin Art Masterclass: Seascapes

By The River Shop

Join us for an afternoon in our studio to explore the joys of resin art seascapes.

Epoxy Resin Art Masterclass: Seascapes
Delivered In-Person in London2 hours 30 minutes, Mar 2nd, 06:00 + 3 more
£115

Beginners Epoxy Resin Workshop

By The River Shop

Make your own live edge river pour using epoxy resin.

Beginners Epoxy Resin Workshop
Delivered In-Person in London2 hours 30 minutes, Mar 2nd, 06:00 + 7 more
£125

Beginners Epoxy Resin Workshop Part Two - Resin Finishing

By The River Shop

Learn how to finish your resin piece from part one of the course.

Beginners Epoxy Resin Workshop Part Two - Resin Finishing
Delivered In-Person in London2 hours 30 minutes, Mar 2nd, 09:30 + 3 more
£125

Intro to Table Making

By The River Shop

Learn how to make and design your own wooden table top.

Intro to Table Making
Delivered In-Person in London4 hours, Mar 24th, 05:00 + 3 more
£90

Epoxy resin river coffee table workshop

By The River Shop

Learn how to design and create your own river table.

Epoxy resin river coffee table workshop
Delivered In-Person in London3 hours, Apr 14th, 07:00
£575

Epoxy Resin River Dining Table Workshop

By The River Shop

Learn how to design and create your own river table.

Epoxy Resin River Dining Table Workshop
Delivered in-person, on-requestDelivered In-Person in London
£2500

Traditional Hand Engraving

By Precious Metals Workshop

Learn to hand engrave from a master engraver

Traditional Hand Engraving
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£180

The Birch Tree

5.0(22)

By Fazey Woodcraft

Bushcraft, Birch Tree, Ancient Crafts, Foraging, Wild Medicine, Wild Food, Woodcraft

The Birch Tree
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£90

Birch Bark Containers

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By Fazey Woodcraft

Bark Container, Birch Bark Workshop, Ancient Crafts

Birch Bark Containers
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£100

Tool Tuning & Sharpening + Introduction To Cabinet Making

By Philip Hodge

Get your woodworking tools into top condition so that you can confidently work with wood to fine tolerances

Tool Tuning & Sharpening + Introduction To Cabinet Making
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£405
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Precious Metals Workshop

precious metals workshop

Edinburgh

Established in 2010 by Goldsmith Ian Nicholson [http://www.thisisian.com/] and located in Edinburgh’s creative space Out of the Blue [http://www.outoftheblue.org.uk/], the Precious Metals Workshop (PMW) is Edinburgh’s leading independent workshop for goldsmiths, silversmiths, jewellers and hobbyists. We run courses [https://www.preciousmetalsworkshop.com/courses] for all levels of skills and provide access to a large range of tools and facilities necessary to create jewellery. We are a safe space for creative minds, home to a family of makers [https://www.preciousmetalsworkshop.com/jewellers] who share their knowledge and skills while inspiring each other and benefiting from an artisan vibe within the workshop. We operate several programs based on helping people start their own jewellery careers, providing a free bench and facilities access as well as weekly business mentoring. See our Inclusions [https://www.preciousmetalsworkshop.com/inclusions] page for further information on this. At the PMW we are very aware of our supply chains. There is continued exploitation in the mining of metals and gems and we are proud to support two third-world women’s mining groups. Please see our Facets [https://www.preciousmetalsworkshop.com/facets] page for further information. The Precious Metals Workshop is a community of makers, where we share our knowledge, skills and inspire each other as creative individuals. We provide a range of specialised equipment including soldering stations suitable for casting, pickling tanks, wheel and barrel polishers, ultrasonic tank, bubble etching tanks for copper and silver, fly press, ring stretchers, stone setting tools, heavy duty vices, bench drills, hammering stumps, silversmithing hammers, draw bench and plates, metal guillotine, rolling mill, large and small kilns. We have an extensive collection of resource books on techniques and practices to support both our emerging and established makers.

Belfast Tool Library

belfast tool library

5.0(12)

Belfast

Belfast Tool Library is the first tool lending library in Northern Ireland. Tool Libraries work just like any other library. You become a member and then you can borrow tools. We’re not-for-profit, and are applying to become a charity. The team behind BTL are all volunteers. We’re from lots of different backgrounds, but share the same passion to build community, and to share skills and resources. There’s definitely a few tool geeks among us too - but you would expect that, right? We’re located at the former Belfast Met/Rupert Stanley Building in the old woodwork workshop. After lying empty for some years, the building has been taken over by Vault Artist Studios, and brought back to life. It is off the Newtownards Road and close to the centre of Belfast with parking available. Our goals are simple. We want to: Promote DIY, making and repair skills through the sharing of tools Make Belfast a more sustainable city Create opportunities for learning and development Bring people together, regardless of who they are or where they come from Sounds great, right? We plan to have a community workshop which is open to members, a space for working on your own projects and learning new skills. The workshop will have larger fixed tools and equipment available for members to use. In the future, we hope to run classes in DIY, making, building and safely using tools. Belfast Tool Library received a set up grant from the National Lottery Awards for All scheme, for which we are very grateful. We are also indebted to all our supporters, volunteers and those who donated tools. Our ongoing costs will be met by donations and the support of members. You can join Belfast Tool Library today below.