The Enchanted WoodTrurners of Santa Fe NM

TEACH woodturning in ABQ?

last week we asked for course proposals from people like you who have indicated an interest in teaching classes at Dovetail when we open. If you sent one already, THANK YOU! We got some awesome ideas back.

To make sure we don’t miss anyone, I’ve decided to accept proposals through the end of September (let’s just say, by next Monday). Check out the questions below. Don’t worry if you don’t have a whole project mapped out — just tell us about the kinds of stuff you would be able to teach. And YES — instructors will be paid.

Know someone else who might be interested? Feel free to forward this message or share it with any groups you’re involved in. Remember, if you do not wish to be on our roster of instructors, reply “not interested” so we don’t keep bugging you 😉

My best,
Erin O’Donnell
Founder, Dovetail Community Workshop

Call for Instructors
About You
  • How long have you done woodworking?
  • Describe your level of experience and what you do best:
  • Have you done any teaching or training? If so please explain:
  • What days/times are you available to teach?
Your Course Proposal
Write a brief description of what you would like to teach, then answer the following questions for each one. Focus on either a specific project (build a table, turn a pen), or a skill (making box joints, using the router).
  • Description:
  • Tools required:
  • Materials required:
  • Estimate total hours to complete the class and whether it should consist of multiple sessions (for example, a 12-hour class divided into three 3-hour sessions):
  • Is the class suited for beginner, intermediate, or advanced woodworkers? (You may choose more than one):
  • Would you be willing to teach this on a regular basis? How often?
  • Anything else you’d like us to know?

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