AWGB members can apply for a workshop which has been pre-arranged or to request a workshop on a specific subject. We try to offer a varied programme but if a topic is suggested and there is enough interest in a region then the Association will try to organise a suitable workshop.
Workshops are usually presented by professional woodturners. There will be no fixed charge but members are encouraged to make a voluntary donation to the development fund which goes towards putting on more workshops.
Every AWGB member may apply for training, and every effort is made to accommodate your requirements within the budget available.
Courses are advertised here and in “Revolutions”.
For more information contact: Peter Bradwick at firstname.lastname@example.org Or telephone 01633 873640
Only fully completed application forms will be considered.
|Date||Topic / Technique||Tutor||Venue|
|15th January 2019||Back to Basics|
|Paul Howard||29 New Bridge Rd
|19th January 2019||Bowl Turning Basics and Beyond|
|Dave Willcocks||DW Woodturning
Cooper Business Park
|2nd February 2019||Hollowing a Closed Form Techniques|
|Mark Hancock||Unit 365, Springhill
|23rd February 2019||Hollow Form|
|Phil Irons||Priestwood Community Centre
19 Priestwood Court Road
|23rd March 2019||Bowl Turning-Troubleshooting|
|Mary Ashton||Orchard Workshop
Creative Youth Network
|4th May 2019||Bowl Turning Techniques|
|Andrew Hall||5, Well Bank
|19th July 2019||Spindle/Faceplate Techniques-Candle Stick|
|Gary Rance||Croesyceiliog C.EC,