In-Person Classes Don't Work for Everyone

  • Can you really afford to miss a week (or more) of work?

  • Is it worth the extra cost of travel, lodging, and food just to be there in person?

  • Do you have the skills to keep up with the other students?

  • Would you prefer to work in your own shop with your own tools?

  • How do you feel about getting a COVID Vaccine?

Self-Paced Video Classes aren't Great Either
  • No accountability. Will you even finish?

  • No feedback. What if you get stuck?

  • No camaraderie. It's more fun to build along with a group.

Guided Remote Classes
are the Answer
  • Learn with help from a Guide. I'll be there every step of the way to help you learn new techniques and work through any challenges you might face during the build.

  • Build at a manageable pace. I aim for students to work an average of 8 hours per week. But if you need a little more or less time each week, that's OK.

  • Learn when it's convenient for you. All the demonstrations are pre-recorded and available at any time. So you can watch them when it fits your schedule.

  • No extra travel costs. Work in the comfort and familiarity of your own shop.

  • Work in parallel with a small group. You'll be building alongside 10-15 other woodworkers.

  • Get help when you need it. We'll have a live group meeting each week and open shop time each weekend. You'll also have access to a private chat room.

One Great Class - Two Ways to Pay

Pay in full and save.

Or divide your cost into 7 monthly payments