Startup Costs: $2,000 - $10,000
Home Based: Can be operated from home.
Part Time: Can be operated part-time.
Franchises Available? No
Online Operation? No
Calling all craftsmen and woodworkers. It is time to put your woodworking skills to work for yourself and start an instructional business teaching students how to use woodworking equipment and complete woodworking projects. The business can be operated from a home based workshop or from a small industrial rental location. Woodworking classes can be taught in a group format or a one-on-one basis. Additionally, you can provide various levels of woodworking instructional classes ranging from a beginner level all the way to an advanced course for the serious woodworker seeking to master the required skills to complete more complicated woodworking projects. Additional revenues for a woodworking instruction service can be gained by providing students the option of purchasing wood for their projects, as well as purchasing woodworking tools once they have completed the course.
Woodworking Class Ideas
More from Business Ideas
The new book "Start Your Own Airbnb Business" explains how to tap the monetary potential of extra rooms and secondary properties.
This Teacher Sells Digital Downloads for $10. Her Side Hustle Now Makes Six Figures a Month: 'It Seems Too Good to Be True, But It's Not.'
When one middle school teacher needed to make some extra income, she started a remote side hustle with no physical products and incredibly low overhead. Now she brings in six figures each month, and offers courses teaching others how to do the same.
Arovia CEO and co-founder Alexander Wesley discusses how his company developed this groundbreaking tech.