I have an opportunity to take some time and study woodworking more
seriously than I have been just working at it, at home. I'm looking for
courses in the 6-12 week range, full time, preferably in cabinet making
or other fine woodworking.
So far, the only one I found was run by David Charlesworth
and is the sort of thing I'm looking for. I'm looking to see what other
alternatives there might be.
The idea for this is that in a few years I may have the option to make a
big change in my life. My thought is that I might take a year or two and
retrain for a new career.
I've also looked at some 1-2 year courses, such as
In the meantime, I want to find out, with a shorter course, if it's
something I really wish to pursue, or whether I will forever stay a
moderate bodger in my own little workshop.
By the way, I can't go out and do weekend courses because I live in
Brunei, Borneo at the moment and will be here for the next 3 years, but
I have the option of taking a short break.