Electrical Workshop for Women
- Started Oct 16Started Oct 16
- 30 US dollars$30
- East Cooke Road
This workshop focuses on electricity in the home: how to maintain your house and how to expand on what you already have. This hands-on workshop has a strong emphasis on safety and will cover: - Building an understanding of the electricity in your house and how it works - Adding outlets to an existing “wall” - Learning the difference between the devices in your home (types of outlets and switching) and how to change them Each workshop begins with an introduction to hand and power tools, and you'll go home with plenty of resources to help further your electrical understanding! The goal of this workshop is to build a comfort level with the systems in your own home and to help you make informed decisions when talking with a contractor. All skill levels are encouraged. In light of COVID-19, please bring a face mask to class. While this class is held outdoors and we'll practice social distancing of >6 feet whenever possible, there may be moments of instruction that require closer proximity. Refusal to wear a mask when requested by the instructor or school staff is grounds for expulsion without a refund. Class is strictly limited to 8 students. INSTRUCTORS: This class is taught by industry professionals, and offered through Central Ohio Women in the Trades. COWIT is a nonprofit organization focused on the education, recruitment, and retention of women within the various trade unions around central Ohio. >> NOTE: If you have a small group interested in *any* of our construction classes, we can arrange a special class for 6+ attendees! Open to women and girls age 13+. Just drop us a note at info@ColumbusGardenSchool.com for more details.
For a full refund, please contact us at least 48 hours prior to class to cancel your registration. (Refund policy for materials fee, if applicable, may vary and is included in class description.)
1350 East Cooke Road, Columbus, OH, USA
+ (614) 404-7236