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!