Successful projects begin with good plans. Many excellent educators don’t have programmatic development
How long does it take to develop a program? What should be done first? When should skills be taught?
Most new programs begin underfunded. A systematic approach to capitalization uses tight funds
training your educators
For woodworking success
I offer educational consultation to teachers, programs, schools, and districts providing woodworking education. I have a rare combination of pedagogical excellence; technical expertise; and non-profit management leadership. I both understand and can facilitate the overlap of these arenas to maximize student safety and learning, and programmatic success.
- 670 Projects Done
- 10,000+ Students
- 30+ Years Experience
What makes a successful woodworking program?
We have skilled teachers; we have skilled crafts and tradespeople (though we all know we need many, many more, and fast);
How do you create a program that will last beyond this year’s engagement? From scoping the physical requirements
I have a unique set of skills to help you build a successful program that meets the needs of students, staff, leadership