Class Overview

Woodworking III | Seattle Central College - Continuing Education

This class is the continuation of Woodworking I and Woodworking for Women.

This 30 hour class will emphasize different kinds of joinery, dadosets, drill press, biscuit joiners and routers resulting in a finisher’s toolbox.

The class project is scheduled to be completed in 8 sessions. The last two classes will be available for independent student projects such as a wooden mallet or small box construction.

All tools and materials will be provided.

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Build on your woodworking knowledge
  • Create a class project
  • Spend time receiving one-on-one guidance on a small personal project

Who Should Take this Class?

Prequisite: Successful completion of Woodworking I or Woodworking for Women

  • Students who would like to continue learning the basics of woodworking
  • Students interested in working on a class project as well as a small personal project under the guidance of experts

Student Testimonials

[I appreciated the] hands on instruction. Both Stephen and Joel were very knowledgeable and happy to explain the skills and to review the skills individually. I especially appreciated the way Stephen would explain his thought processes so that I could see how he approached and developed a solution to a problem rather than just the solution. — Joshua Lutes

Session Details

  • Class ID: 6707
  • Instructor: Seattle Central Staff
  • When:
    • Session 1: 10 Mondays | 10/2/17 - 12/11/17 | 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Session 2: 10 Thursdays | 10/5/17 - 12/14/17 | 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Total Number of Hours: 30
  • Where: Wood Technology Center - CORE Shop | 2310 S. Lane Seattle, WA 98144
  • Fee: $415
  • Additional Notes: No class on 11/23 and 11/27. All woodworking tools and materials will be provided. Price includes materials. You must bring safety glasses, hearing protection, a notebook and pencils.
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