This workshop is not only for beginners or anyone who is wanting to learn the basics of drawing in Pastels, but also for advanced artists wanting to be able to complete a still life in brilliant colour.
Improve your coffee making skills with this fun hands on short course, showing you the skills you need to work in a cafe, or simply to impress your family and friends! This course will teach you basic skills and knowledge required to extract and serve espresso coffee.
The aim of this course is to give participants the skills required to set up a Payroll in MYOB and to process employee transactions, including superannuation and taxation requirements. Participants must have basic computer skills.
During the course you will learn how to work out dimensions, cut shape, assemble, join, clamp, sand and finish off. You will also discover how to choose the right timber and develop the skills for using hand and power tools in a safe manner. Participants are required to wear a face mask, google and protective clothing.
Construct a small welding projects for around the house, shed or property such as work benches, tool racks, grills of fire pits. learn how to weld using the two most widely used welding processes in the industry - Arc welding and MIG welding. The course is designed for the beginner and includes safe operation in both theory and practical sessions.
It is mandatory for participants to bring ear muffs and wear garments which cover the skin to avoid exposure to heat. Safety helmets, overalls, gloves and googles will be supplied.
Participants need to complete Introduction to Welding before enrolling in this course. Learn about the forging process, and how to make a blacksmith forge that you can use for heating metals for ease of bending and shaping.
Participant will take home a forge at the end of the course.
This course is designed for beginners and those with some experience who are keen to gain helpful tips on restoring furniture. Learn how to dismantle a small piece of furniture, make minor repairs, prepare surfaces and re-assemble within a safe workshop environment.
Participants are required to bring paint brush, paint stripper, steel wool, sand-paper, scraper, face mask, goggles and wear protective clothing.
Participants will need to take home their piece of furniture after each session.
Tutor will cover theory on Friday at MACE including terminology, anatomy, bee life cycles and seasonal management, as well as honey flora, diseases and hive hygiene. Health and safety will be a priority.
Saturday will be hands on experience: Inspect and manipulate a hive, extract and store honey and cover industry information including marketing and food safety. Participants must bring: notebook and pen, gumboots and rubber bands, strong PVC gloves/gauntlets, wear loose cotton long sleeve shirt and pants - NO WOOL. Provided: Protective.
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