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The Flight Shed Workshop.


practical riveting exercise on a test piece under controlled conditions Skin Repairs Level 2 (Practical) Health and Safety. Basic hand tools. Identification of rivets. Countersinking. Forming rivets. Removing rivets and documentation. The aim of this module is to provide volunteers with the knowledge and basic skills to carry out a practical riveting exercise on a test piece under controlled conditions. Wooden Aircraft Repairs The aim of this module is to provide an insight into the use of wood in the construction of aircraft structures, health and safety considerations and


LEARNING


‘Early excellence’ training I recently went to a training session provided by the Early Years Network on Early Years Learning. During the afternoon we heard from Anna Lacey, Centre Manager, about the role of ‘Early excel- lence’. The London centre is predominantly a hub for teacher training, as well as a meeting place for teachers and providers of training for parents and carers. Their focus is early years education, from birth to children aged seven. Anna started our afternoon by examining how


children of this age learn and reminding us that children up to the age of six learn very differently – the early years are a time of active learning. These children are physically and neurologically differ- ent. Anna defined active learning as something involving a variety of different ways of learning, eg visual, kinaesthetic, auditory. This training was extremely useful and will be informing our Mini Aces under-fives planning as we go forward and plan the future sessions. Mini Aces Early Years Workshops We have a few Mini Aces sessions left before the summer where we will be exploring things that float and getting on board some of our aircraft on journeys across the world! We will take a break


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simple wood repairs. Introduction of conserva- tion issues that need to be considered before repairs are carried out. Fabric Repairs Provides a basic awareness of aircraft fabrics, their application and simple repairs, including doping. The aim of the module is to provide the attendee with an understanding of associated Health and Safety issues, types of fabric, methods of fabric application, simple repairs to fabric, doping methods.


Andrew Cornish Update


in August and then will be back in September for more sessions. Our Mini Aces sessions take place on the second Thursday of each month at 10.30am or 11.30am and if you would like more information please check our website or contact me via oliviafrench@brooklandsmuseum.com Saturday Science – woodwork sessions Our engineering Saturday Science workshops will continue with our next set of workshops, all about woodwork aimed at 11 to 16-year-olds and run by David Free, presenter of the Great British Woodshop on TV. The workshops will run on 30th


A Mini Ace prepares


for action.


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