Some students approach us with a very specific project or technique they wish to learn which may not necessarily fit into our general programme. Sometimes we have a request from a student where the course timetable does not work for them and they don't want to wait until the next time the course runs.
We try to accommodate our students' needs wherever possible and work with you on a one-to-one basis, where you can tailor the time you spend here in the workshop to create a project of your own. This opportunity to have guidance through your learning is available to all woodworkers - from beginners to the more experienced.
Course fee is dependent on duration of mentoring, and availability will need to be mutually convenient. Please get in touch.
Ray Henwood with Thorkild Hansen
Norm Hewitt, craftsman in the making, is also learning the art of patience at the Centre fof Fine Woodworking
Master classes are frequently available to assist students to move from project–based courses to their own design and make, or to learn a new complex technique or process from one of our visiting tutors.
Michael Fortune – Master Classes February 2020
– details to follow soon.