**REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO FIRST 15**
Workshop Fee for 1 1/2 Days = $100.00
This workshop runs Thursday, Sept 15 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm AND Friday, Sept. 16 from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
- Learn the basics of teaching woodworking to your high school students through the hands-on use of basics pieces of equipment necessary for woodworking projects.
- This workshop will include shop management tips, teaching ideas, and an emphasis will be placed on teaching safety to your students.
- How to operate router: change bit, set height and know direction of travel
- How to operate a bandsaw: change blade, set tension, know blade size in relation to diameter of circle cut desired
- How to operate the jointer: set depth of cut
- How to operate the planer: set depth of cut
- How to operate the sliding miter saw/chop saw/radial arm saw
- How to operate wide belt/drum sander: change sanding belt
- How to properly insert a drill bit in the chuck and drill a hole with a drill press
- How to set the drill press speed in relation to the size of the drill
- How to operate a table saw: use of splitter, change blade, dado head, kick back
- Prevention, selecting correct blade for type of material ex. 40t for ripping
- How to operate a lathe
Associate Professor in Architectural Manufacturing Management & Technology, formerly Wood Tech, at Pittsburg State University for the last 7 years. Jordan received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Pitt State and was employed as a Project Manager/Engineer for five years before returning to teach.
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator in Architectural Manufacturing Management & Technology, formerly Wood Tech, at Pittsburg State University for the last 11 years. Charlie received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Pitt State and was employed as a Shop Forman for eight years before returning to teach.