HASCA Woodturning Course 14+

Learn Wood Turning at the North Shore Woodturners Guild.
This excellent programme is for home educated students aged 14+ (absolutely no exceptions on age)

As they create amazing projects, the students will be given careful guidance by the passionate people at the North Shore Woodturners Guild, Glenfield.

What & When: 
Thursday mornings 9:00am to 12:00 noon, runs in terms 1 & 3 only

An 8-week level 1 woodturning course in Term 1 2021, commencing 18th February 2021   ❌FULL❌
An 8-week level 2 ‘advanced’ woodturning course in Term 3 2021, commencing 5th August 2021  ❌FULL❌ *cancelled due to L4 lockdown*
We do hope to run a new beginners course for strictly ages 14+ in Term 1 2022, but depends on time availability, lockdowns etc. TBC.
A wait-list is currently in place: if interested please email Sandra at hasca.nz@gmail.com.

woodturning T1 2021

North Shore Woodturners Guild, Agincourt Reserve, Agincourt Street, Glenfield

How Much?:
HASCA 2020-member fee is $220.00pp ($250.00pp for advanced classes)
Non-member fee is $230.00pp ($260.00pp for advanced classes)
– Term fee includes all manuals, materials, tuition plus use of equipment and tools
– Fee also includes annual membership to the North Shore Woodturners Guild
* 10 students max.

Special thanks to Pub Charity Ltd for their support of this programme in term one 2021.
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A note from the Tutor: I am Pepi Waite, the lead tutor. I am a qualified Senior Lecturer; I hold a Teaching Certificate and a BSc in Computing.  I have completed a 4-year training course with Aoraki Polytechnic in Woodturning and have been assisting and teaching beginner’s courses for the past 6 years. I will have a number of assistants helping oversee the students – all enthusiastic woodturning volunteers.

Course Coordinator & Key Contact: Sandra Dawson at HASCA, email hasca.nz@gmail.com

Feel free to visit http://www.wood.org.nz/ to review the Guild.


HASCA is pleased to support this wonderful programme. We look forward to Wood Turning with the North Shore Woodturners Guild!

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