you will need to pay for the materials you use during the course, this is determined by the project you choose.
You will learn how to use upholstery tools and equipment through a combination of one-to-one teaching, group demonstrations and discussions. Beginners must bring a simple project to the first class. i.e. a foot stool or drop in seat or simple dining chair. Once students have built up confidence to move on, the tutor will advise on a suitable piece to work on. Returning students will be encouraged to work on more challenging projects.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Use the tools confidently and safely
Have knowledge of traditional and modern upholstery techniques
- Share knowledge with your peers through regular group discussions.
Beginners will be advised on a suitable in-class project e.g. a stool or dining chair. Returning students will be encouraged to work on more challenging projects.
There will be materials you need to help with your studies. You will need to pay for the materials you use during the course, this is determined by the project you choose.
You will complete an individual learning plan and provide self-assessment throughout the course. Photos and displays of your completed work will also be used.
No formal qualifications are required. Basic photography skills would be helpful, but are not essential.
Progress onto next terms 10-week course with us, or if you're interested in setting up your own business have a look at our self-employment and business courses.
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