Window Restoration Workshop Registration
Heritage NL is organizing a wood window restoration workshop from October 25-28, 2019 with a registration fee of $500 per person. Participants must have a working knowledge of woodworking (demonstrated by training and/or experience) as well as an interest in performing and promoting wood window restoration on a commercial basis.

Please complete this form to request a place in the workshop. Payment information will be forwarded separately. Please note that submission of this form does not guarantee a place and spots will be allocated on a first come-first serve basis. Enrollment is limited to 16 individuals. A waitlist will be created if interest exceeds capacity.

Contact Michael Philpott at (709) 739-1892 ext. 0 or for more information.
About the course
The course will cover window history, conservation theory, inspection and diagnosis, various conservation and repair techniques, hardware and paint systems, and weatherization strategies with ample opportunity for hands-on learning.

The training is being offered on a cost-recovery basis in partnership with the Newfoundland and Labrador Historic Trust and with support from the Professional Development component of the Cultural Economic Development Program, Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation. With this support we are able to offer registration at roughly 50% of actual costs (approx $1,000 per person). Lunches will be provided for the four days of training. Travel subsidies are available for participants outside the Avalon Peninsula at the following rates:

Eastern (Bonavista, Burin Peninsula, Clarenville) - $100.00
Central (Terra Nova Park to Baie Verte Peninsula) - $200.00
Western - $400.00
Labrador - $700.00
Labrador North Coast - $1,500.00

Subsidies are limited and will be allocated on a first come-first serve basis.

Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the workshop. Certificate-holders and their employers (if applicable) will be added to a list of pre-qualified contractors for referral to owners of more than 300 provincially designated heritage buildings. Certificate-holders will additionally be listed on, may be referred to in publications or on social media, and may advertise their completion of the course.
About the trainer
Walter Furlan is a graduate of Willowbank School of Restoration Arts in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, with 30 years of experience in joinery, design and fabrication. His area of focus is the conservation of historic fabric - particularly windows, doors and other wood elements - through consultation and hands-on conservation. Walter runs a full-time conservation practice out of a storefront shop in Hamilton, ON. His projects include: Auchmar House in Hamilton, the Leacock Museum in Orillia, and Gore Mutual Insurance Building in Cambridge.
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