Woodworking Courses

Current courses

Course: Hand Carved Walking Sticks

Leather Stitching and Lacing
9 July 2022

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Course: Introduction to Box Making

Introduction to Box Making
25-26 July 2022

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Course: Introductory Woodworking No 1

Introductory Woodworking 1
13 August 2022

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Course: Basics of Finishing

Basics of Finishing
3 & 10 September 2022

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Course: Introductory Woodworking No 2

Introductory Woodworking 2
1 October 2022

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Course: Annual Sharpening Day

Annual Sharpening Day
15 October 2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join a course?

Courses are filled on a first paid, first confirmed basis. If you would like to participate in a course or if you need any information please contact Phil Nanlohy via email at philnanlohy@gmail.com or mobile 0416 022 252 between 9am to 9pm, 7 days a week. 

How do I pay for a course?

To pay for a course a direct debit needs to be made to the Associations account. . Please check with Phil that space is still available before making a payment.

Woodworkers Association of NSW
BSB: 112879
ACC: 107098141

About WWA courses

The Association is pleased to offer a range of short courses for members again this year. They are presented by members, for members and costed as a benefit of membership. People not yet a member are most welcome to join.  Please download the form under the Membership tab of this website.  All courses are presented in our COVID safe workshop in Abbotsford. The program below details date, cost, presenters and a brief description of each event. More detailed descriptions of will be published in the next newsletter.

As the year unfolds updated information will be sent to members.  Courses need at least 4 participants to be viable and are capped at 6. As happened three times last year, courses may be repeated as demand requires. It is probable that additional courses will be offered. Reminders about upcoming courses will be emailed to members.

If you have a suggestion for a course please get in touch with Phil Nanlohy. We are particularly interested to hear from members who would
like to lead a course. Even if you have not done this before please consider sharing your expertise. The committee can offer you assistance to plan and prepare your course and can be there to provide support on the day.

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