It’s just starting to look like fall here in Cincinnati, but I’m working on my teaching schedule for 2016. I’ll be announcing some classes soon, but in the meantime you can help me out in a couple of ways.
Here in Cincinnati (a manageable drive from almost everywhere this side of the Rocky Mountains) I’ve found a great place to hold classes, The Manufactory. We held a class there recently and will most likely return in 2016. The biggest question is “when should we hold a class?” followed by “how long should the class be? 2, 3, 4 or 5 days?” If you’d like to attend a class here in Cincinnati, leave a comment below (or send me an e-mail) with your answer to that question. Cost for these classes is $150/day/student.
I’m also available to teach privately for your group or organization, tailoring the class to your specific needs. If you’re a construction company, cabinet manufacturer, retail planner, interior design or architecture firm, I can come in for a few days and get your staff up to speed in 3D modeling with SketchUp. You’ll be able to develop renderings that make your clients say “WOW” and from the same model generate detailed information about all the bits and pieces that make up your projects. CLICK HERE TO GET IN TOUCH.
Outside of Cincinnati, I’m willing to go almost anywhere to teach. If you have a local club, or if there is a woodworking school or makerspace in your area, put them in touch with me, or me in touch with them. It’s difficult for me to do this at a distance, but your input can make it possible. Leave a comment (or send me an e-mail) with your suggestions.