Learn to understand your gas-powered equipment for lawn, garden and firewood better!
This course will show you how to properly service and maintain this equipment on your own.
Regular proper maintenance done right significantly increases the duration your equipment will be running, saving you money and time in the long run. This series of 4 workshops will increase your knowledge and confidence in servicing and maintaining your gas powered tools.
Bring in your small gas-powered equipment (chainsaw, lawn mower, weed wacker, leaf blower, or anything similar that you can carry) to practice on or repair in the course.
We won’t have the room for anything bigger like ATV’s or boat motors, so leave these at home.
CLOSED-TOE SHOES AND WORK CLOTHING ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS WORKSHOP. PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING THEIR OWN FABRIC MASK, GLOVES AND PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR.
About the instructor: Brian Stevens is a retired engineer, semi-retired professional teacher for Yukon Schools and Yukon University (College), in a number of communities in the Yukon and Whitehorse. He has taught academic and continuing education courses.
He has taught the Small Engine Service and Repair course for the college since 2016.
His teaching style is a combination of hands on with enough theory about how engines work.
Member price: $299 + Eventbrite fee | Non-member price: $359 + Eventbrite fee
Minimum 6 participants | Maximum 8 participants | Cancellation & Refund Policy