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Brad Smith 
Woodshop Supervisor
Frostic School of Art
bradley.smith@wmich.edu
269.387.2462
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Woodshop Orientation and Test Requirements

The woodshop is primarily a support facility for enrolled Art majors/minors and Art faculty/staff.  

The shop is available to others outside of the School of Art under certain conditions - click here for more information.

Please read policy on use of the woodshop for personal projects

All users (students, faculty, staff) must complete the orientation and training to gain access to the woodshop and be Shop Certified.

Woodshop certification consists of: viewing the introduction video, successfully passing the written test, attending an orientation session and completing the Safety Agreement Form.

ART1080 students will complete all woodshop access requirements during class.

Click here for the woodshop orientation process for transfer students or if you missed the orientation during your Art1080 class.

Faculty and Staff click here for orientation information.

Individuals must receive additional training for machines not included in the standard orientation.

Woodshop certification is good for four years from date of signed Safety Agreement Form.

All requirements must be completed within the same semester.

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