Enrich your life with a creative and useful hobby. Laney Wood Tech offers classes for beginners and intermediate-level amateurs. Courses are offered in the afternoon, evenings and weekends.
Classes emphasize safety as well as technique and procedure. Both traditional and contemporary woodworking skills are taught in a hands-on, project-based format.
Our staff of professional instructors have a wide range of woodworking experience and are able to focus on the individual needs of their students.
These courses are all NOT a part of the Wood Tech Major/Certificate Core Curriculum:
|Course #||Course Title||Units|
|WDTEC 250A||Introduction to Furniture Making||4|
|WDTEC 250B||Introduction to Furniture Making||4|
|WDTEC 271||Artisans in Wood I||4|
|WDTEC 272||Artisans in Wood II||4|
|WDTEC 210A||Traditional Japanese Hand Tools and Joinery I||2|
|WDTEC 210B||Traditional Japanese Hand Tools and Joinery II||2|
|WDTEC 210C||Traditional Japanese Hand Tools and Joinery III||2|
|WDTEC 210D||Small Yard and Garden Structures||2|
**For up-to-date class schedule https://laney.edu/classes/