June 6, 2017 –
Dates: 6/06-6/15 T,Th
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: RHC 007
Limit Class Size to 8
Introduction to Blacksmithing: Fundamentals of Forging I & II
Forging steel is a physically and mentally rewarding experience! In this class, students will learn the basics of forging hot metal, while creating a functional item for use in the home, cabin, or camp. Students will learn shop and machine safety, basic tooling, and the fundamentals of tapers, scrolls, hooks, twisting, upsetting, and much more. Students will complete a cumulative project, if time allows, forge their own creations. All levels welcome!
Students will learn to forge various decorative and joinery elements at the anvil. At the completion of the class, the student will have an understanding of blacksmithing, a working knowledge of a safe hand forging technique and a ring with a collection of forged elements representing the skills.
Signing Up for a Personal Enrichment Class
Continuing Education classes offered through our Workforce and Professional Development Division, have a pre-registration policy, with the exception of Fire/Rescue, EMT/EMS, Law Enforcement, HRD and CTP program areas. You must register and pay any registration fees two business days/48 business hours prior to the start date of the class. For example, if the class starts on Monday, the last day to register is Thursday. For information, please contact our Records and Registration Department at (828) 448-6046.
You may register via the following methods:
- Online (click the button below)
- Walk-in registration held on Tuesdays, 8:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. in Hildebrand Hall, Main Campus; or
- Download and Fax the Registration-Form. Our fax number is (828) 448-6179.