Great way to spend three or four (if you want to make a shave-horse as well) days and in God’s own county.
Longer course in a wide range of traditional greenwood craft subjects leading to a Northumberland College Certificate.
Uniquely equips students with a range of practical and theoretical woodland craft skills.
Total of 22 training days and 2 additional days, typically running Friday and Saturday each week, enrolling January 2018, completing April 2019
Led by the north east's formost traditional woodland craftsman and greenwood worker Maurice Pyle and other leading craft professionals including James Bedingfield, Phil Bradley and Lorna Singleton
The course will comprise of the following units:
Entry Requirements There are no specific entry requirements to join this course, just an interest in working with your hands to make traditional utility items from green unseasoned wood. How is the course taught? The course is essentially practical with much of the teaching taking place in our dedicated well equipped greenwood workshop and outdoors with all tools and materials supplied. How is the course assessed? This is not an assessed course, however the production of a portfolio to record each module will be strongly supported and encouraged. Progression / Career opportunities Many students graduating from this course have established their own greenwood businesses and others have gone on to work as craft makers, countryside management, outdoor education and interpretation.
This is a fantastic educational experience learning from practicing craftsmen and a superb addition to your CV.
Maximum number of students 7
To register for this course either pay a £100 DEPOSIT on-line below or give us a call to arrange. The balance of £1 350 will become due prior to the commencement of the course in January 2019.
FOR MORE INFORMATION email Maurice: email@example.com
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