In this educational video program, you will learn how to be a woodworker. The key objective of this program is to help individuals develop the unique skill sets required for woodworking. It has been structured with the hope of opening up professional opportunities, or to simply enrich life with a demanding and useful hobby. The introduction to tools and techniques, along with step-by-step projects, will provide a basic foundation to get you started in the field. The information and instructions contained in this video series are meant to provide beginners with a basic introduction to the skills required in woodworking. The Woodworking Program was created thanks to the support of Kingfisher. It has been split into the following categories: introduction to woodworking, marking tools, measuring tools, saws, planing and shaving tools, hammers and mallets, chisels, rasp and file, drills, screwdrivers, finishing, clamps and vice, joinery, power tools, making simple tools, and projects. Woodworking involves design, planning and layout, and execution with hands-on proficency. The woodworker will always find his problem-solving skills being challenged, but the satisfaction of crafting useful things for people is hugely rewarding. The abstract thinking and physical coordination required for woodworking makes it an ideal field for those in pursuit of discipline and excellence from work that bears practical results. Welcome to the world of woodworking!
In this 'Electricity for Everyone' program, you will discover practical lessons that you can try at home. In each a video, a new lesson will be given, or a new subject introduced. It's up to you to decide what interests you most, and what may be the most useful for you in setting up your electrical installation at home. The lessons we give are for beginners to the principles of electricity and basic circuitry. Over the course of the program, you will learn about the risks of an electrical installation. You will also learn how to save energy and get the most out of your electrical household appliances. This program was created in collaborations with volunteers from the charity Electricens Sans Frontières (Electricians Without Borders). The installation of electricity networks is essential for social and economic development. It means that the essential buildings of a town can be lit up, such as schools and hospitals, it also makes roads safer and even gives people access to clean drinking water
Despite improvements over the years, nearly 1,25 million people still die annually in traffic accidents. In this program, you will learn how to react quickly and safely, and how protect yourself and others - whether you are a pedestrian or a driver.
Juggling dates back thousands of years to some of the most ancient civilisations known to man. Juggling promotes concentration, coordination and balance. Here, we present an introduction to the basic techniques of juggling with balls, clubs, as well as bounce and contact juggling
Every day, millions of people die from HIV/AIDS, malaria and other infectious diseases. These are deaths which could be avoided thanks, amongst other things, to proper preventive practices. Inn this program, you will discover simple techniques you can employ during your everyday life to avoid the transmission or worsening of such diseases.
In the past 10 years, the number of natural catastrophes linked to global warming has increased by 60%, and one in every two people is at risk of being affected by one. In this program you will learn the correct safety precautions and techniques to adopt when face with a major disaster In this program you will learn the how to act properly and safely in the case of a natural disaster.
In this programme we will learn the art of Origami, which is all about folding a single sheet paper in order to create different shapes and forms. Depending on your level of ability, or of those around you, you can start learning from our beginner, intermediate and advanced level tutorials. Once you’ve got the basics down, you will be able to grow your skills and begin created you very own origami.
Urban Art is a way of spreading a message - a means of educating people. Out in the streets, people are constantly on the move, so it is important that your message is striking, relevant and presented in an inventive way in order to be taken in by pedestrians. In this program, you will learn the basics of graffiti.
Because of non-sustainable agricultural techniques in many regions across, soils are becoming less fertile. Using Ramial Chipped Wood (RCW) is an ecological approach way of nurturing soils and and re-establishing their fertility. In this program you will learn how to prepare and use RCW.