There are a couple of ways to get trained to use the equipment:
Attend the four Woodshop Basic Classes [Woodshop 1-4]. I try to teach them at least once a month - and target twice a month [work schedule & life gets in the way]. We do have other instructors [and always welcome more], but I am not sure of their schedules. I schedule mine about 7-10 days out once I know my work schedule. I am targeting 1/14 [WS1&2] and 1/16 [WS3&4], but won’t know until next week. I also limit my classes to 4-5 people, more than that really pushes the classes late [two classes a day run 6:30-10pm].
Attend a “Bread Board Boot Camp” class put on by Mark Salas [@Mrksls2]. He typically offers them during a Saturday or Sunday and schedules them about 7-10 days out. In December he taught 5 of the classes and would expect/assume a similar number during January.
All classes are first come first serve - which can be a pain, considering it is a required class, takes lots of time, and few people decide to teach it. I would also suggest [to everyone] to take training classes as soon as possible and to consider teaching training [or other] classes as soon as you are comfortable. The teaching/learning is what makes DMS more than a rent-a-tool.
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