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Simply Irresistable

Imagine your favorite historic building, then imagine it returned to fully glory. Join us for a half-day workshop and learn how to bring new life to old stone and brick with our Lithomex patch repair material.

October 20, 8:00 am to noon.

Book Workshop MAS-05 online here
or call 215-536-1776 to register by phone.

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Collaborate for A Cause!

Good people and grave matters are coming together at Lancaster Cemetery. Whether you're a weekend warrior, a casual enthusiast, or an adept craftsman, autumn in Lancaster is the perfect opportunity to volunteer your time and service while learning how to clean and repair historic grave markers.

October 25-27, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Call 215-536-1776 for more information.

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Sometimes, All You Need Is A Little Nip and Tuck!

Repair, retain, and maintain the beauty and elegance of your architectural heritage. Join us for a half-day workshop to learn the basics of repointing using lime mortar.

November 3, 8:00 am to noon.

Book Workshop MAS-01 online here
or call 215-536-1776 to register by phone.

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What's Old Is New Again!

Go green, preserve your architectural heritage, and put your piece of history back to work. Join us for a 4-day workshop to restore vintage wood windows with preservation specialist Adam Criscuolo.

November 27-30, 8:00 am to 3:30 pm (lunch is included).

Book Workshop JOYN-01 online here
or call 215-536-1776 to register by phone.

The Mission


The Craftwork Training Center exists to allow mentors to teach participants various vocational crafts and by doing this elevate the concept that "The ARTS" are a worthwhile Objective to pursue in life. This mission encourages both the experienced and the aspiring artisans of the future to practice and perfect their skills at this center in order to increase their individual marketability and to gain personal enrichment through the experience.


The Means


What makes Craftwork Training Center unique over all other craft schools is that we foremost acknowledge that being able to make a livable wage from a trade is crucial to the future success of the trades. We maintain a “NO STARVING ARTIST” motto to keep the hands-on trade work honorable and envied among peers. Our goal therefore is not only to foster and grow a new generation of tradespersons but to network with building owners and professionals across the USA to link job leads and people who can potentially service the lead. If someone has a contracting business and they want to add more value by training themselves or their employees with new skills they can begin to network with us for training and finding potential new forms of work. If someone wants to start their own new business or desires to just obtain gainful employment with an existing firm we are all about promoting jobs through craftworker.net


Our Unique Trademark, Method and Planned Outcome


ARTisAn Objective® is the Trademark symbol of the Craftwork Training Center. It is branded into all of the workshop program titles to emphasize both the Art and the Artisan. Hands-on workshops are taught by devoted craftspeople that are willing to transfer their skills to a new generation with the hope of producing the juried-quality artisans of the future. A highly trained generation of artisans will then be prepared to build, repair and beautify the future. This we believe is a noble and worthy goal in moving forward the ongoing legacy of "The Trades."


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