Learn the basics of woodworking with simple hands-on projects to build your confidence and skills. Each lesson in this class explores an area of woodworking that will form the building blocks of all future woodworking projects you undertake. Keeping the average DIY’er in mind, this entire class is conducted using basic handheld power tools, with no fancy fixed tools like table saws, lathes, planers, or drill presses.

This class will cover the fundamentals from making straight cuts and perfect holes to mastering the router and making mitres. Whether you’re new to woodworking or just want to solidify your understanding of the woodworking basics, this class is definitely one you’ll love!

If you get stuck along the way, or need any additional help at any point, you can sign up for virtual office hours in the Questions section below and get one-on-one guidance from me. Happy making!

Chances are that you, or someone you know, already own some basic tools that you can get started with. It really doesn’t take many tools to accomplish a wide variety of everyday projects. Some tools are basic and shouldn’t cost a lot, some tools are used loads and may require a higher quality so you’re satisfied, and some tools you won’t need at all!

The barrier to learning about woodworking shouldn’t be behind having the biggest shop with the best tools, there’s lots of people who live in apartments without shop access or who don’t have the money for fixed machines like table saws. With this in mind every lesson in this class uses basic hand power tools to teach the skills and make the projects.

10 Responses

  1. Hi, my friends and I are interested in picking up this lesson – Woodworking for beginners. There are 3 of us, tentatively. How do we sign up? We are only available on the weekends.

    1. Hi Choo! Thank you for your message. We can arrange a class for you on the weekends with our trainer. May I know which day is good for you?

    1. Hi Lorna! Thank you for your message. This is a group class for up to 5 pax per class. It’s a basic introduction class where you will also be making a product as you learn the skills.

  2. Can you send me details of this Woodworking for Beginners course? I’m interested in this on behalf of my son and myself.

  3. Hi folks, interested on the course. Is it more than 1 class or just the woodworking 101 on fridays 7-9pm?

    Because as I see, it seems to be the same class repeating every week? If we like the class, is there a follow up with other classes or.. how does it work? Hence I was interested in maybe doing a course rather than just a single class.


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