Woodshop Access for New Art Students
There are three parts to Level 1 training.
Students will be required to attend a 3 hour introduction and orientation in the woodshop. Most students will attend during their ART1080 class. If you are a transfer student and already met the requirements for ART1080 or a new student who would like to gain access to the woodshop prior to taking ART1080, contact Brad Smith to schedule orientation.
Orientation will be focused on shop safety and proper use of Level 1 tools:
Cordless Tools i.e. screw gun, etc.
Foredom Rotary Tool
Various Hand Tools
It will also include demonstrations of various woodworking techniques using these tools. Students will not use any tools during this orientation session.
Students will be directed to the woodshop website where they will complete the Tool and Safety Review of the Level 1 tools. Once they complete the online component, they will book an appointment to complete the process in the woodshop. This appointment is made online through the Appointment Quest service.
During the Tool and Safety Review appointment they will be asked to demonstrate the
safe and proper use of the tools they would like to use. Safety rules will also be
reviewed and they will complete the “Safety Agreement Form” and accident waiver.
Once these steps are complete, students are allowed to use the woodshop during open
shop hours, but may only use the Level 1 tools they have been tested on. Training
on Level 2 and other advanced tools will be offered as the student shows interest
and demonstrates safe work habits. This process takes about 60 -
Each woodshop user will be required to “Check-