FAQ for Workshops
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Group Live workshops will always be free. We require an account to watch workshops to keep random visitors from participating.
On our home page click on the events tab at the top once you are logged in. We should have a button to register for the event as well as a link directly to the Zoom meeting.
Starting with Master Woodworkers Ed Rizzardi, Dennis Hays, And Jom Rivers and will be adding more in the near future.
Mute your microphone while the presenter is speaking, be polite, raise your hand if you want to ask a question, unmute when called upon, and please be patient. All users are subject to the whims of the internet.
This is a brand new website and platform for the community and you are currently early access members. I am in discussions with Makers and woodworkers to get more workshops planned.
We will start one-on-one workshops with Expert/Master woodworkers to discuss the subject of your choice in April. Ed Rizzardi and Jom Rivers will be the initial choices.
Yes, Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set up a quick meeting to see if it would work.
The Woodworker will set the price and length of the session. Typically 30 minutes for $25 to $50.
You can cancel for a full refund 24 hours prior to the start time. If the woodworker cancels the session you will also get a full refund.
We would like for you to register for the meeting on Zoom because this is the best platform for interactive Q and A type workshops for us non-computer savvy types.
Its not ready yet. The plan is for you to have a profile listing with the type of work you are available for, price range, location, and examples of past work. A buyer can browse these listings to find someone to make the project they are looking for.
5% to 10% of the transaction value.
Initially We will just provide your listing and the ability for the buyer to contact you. We will not facilitate the transaction or collect payments.
We will do an initial screening of all woodworkers prior to them listing services and than have a robust rating system for both buyers and makers.