An Introduction to Wood Veneering

The course will cover the basic techniques and skills of hand veneering and restoration including how to lay veneers, make and fit stringing, inlay and banding. Course Agenda: •Mixing 'pearl' glue •Preparing groundwork and veneers prior to veneering •Laying veneer using traditional 'hammer' techniques •Book matching' - 'Halving' and 'Quartering' veneers •Laying decorative cross-bandings and letting in line inlays

Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester

  1. 1. Develop new skills and techniques

  2. 2. Meet new friends in a safe enviroment

  3. 3. Good range of facilities and services

  4. 4. Appropriate classroom/workshop

  5. 5. Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback

What will I Study?

See Description of Course.

How will I be Taught?

Practical demonstration by the tutor One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be Assessed?

N/A

What our students say?

99% of our students felt they made the right decision on choosing Chichester College to study on our Adult and Community Learning courses.

  • Course type

    Part Time

    Part-time
  • Qualification

    An Introduction to Wood Veneering

  • Awarding Body

    n/a

  • Level

    X

Where next?

Students may wish to progress further on to other creative classes within the College.

Entry Requirements

This one day course is suitable for complete beginners and those with limited knowledge of veneering and furniture restoration. Some previous cabinet making experience would be useful for this course, but is not essential.

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ADE761CW1C Chichester Campus 5 hours 6 June 2015 £54  Buy Now 

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