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Woodworking For Small Marine Projects

Falmouth Marine School | Cornwall College Business Falmouth LEVEL: Professional Qualification Marine Engineering & Boatbuilding

This short course is designed for people who want to work on small projects for their own boats such as rudders, oars, hatches spars or for people wishing to learn about small boat maintenance. You will achieve a basic understanding of health and safety, the use of small hand tools, understanding of woodworking joints used in boatbuilding and their application, different boatbuilding materials and their uses.

Materials need to be pre-ordered and paid for in advance. Please speak to the trainer prior to enrolling to organise.

Course cost £300

Please note – course cost will need to be paid at the time of booking.

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Woodworking For Small Marine Projects

Start Date

September 2020

Campus

Falmouth

Duration

10 days

Times

09:30 till 12:30

Days

sat

Extra Information

This course runs for 10 weeks (10 consecutive Saturdays).


PROFILE

Chris Bosanko-Green Boatbuilding Course Manager

Having grown up in Cornwall I have always had a love for the sea and dabbled in various water sports throughout my youth, with sailing being the biggest attraction.

After school, I studied construction at Cornwall College and worked as a Draughtsman in Truro until life took me in a totally different direction and away from Cornwall, for 24 years, while serving Queen and Country in both the Royal Air Force and Army.

A brief visit home to Cornwall was enough for me to fall in love with the place all over again; I made the decision to retire from the military, study towards my RYA Yachtmaster qualifications and having developed a passion for wooden boats, built using both traditional and modern methods, to pursue a new career as a boatbuilder.

I studied boatbuilding at Falmouth Marine School, while establishing my own small wooden boat building company. Later I was given the opportunity to return to Falmouth Marine School to teach the course I had previously studied. Having taught for many years in the military, I had always enjoyed teaching people new skills and was excited to be involved with educating and developing the next generation of Boatbuilders; for future years to come.

PROFILE

Simon Combe Workshop Technician - Boatbuilding

Simon is a Falmouth Marine School alumni and has worked with a range of boatyards in the construction of yachts and small craft. He supervises both the wood and composite workshops at Falmouth Marine School's boatbulding training centre at Ponsharden boatyard, helping learners on a day-to-day basis with developing their practical skills, techniques and project planning. He also acts as a consultant with the College's Marine Innovation Service, assisting local businesses who wish to develop their processes and products in composite boat manufacturing.

Marine Engineering & Boatbuilding

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