Learning Environment

Not all in-person workshop venues will necessarily be wheelchair accessible and may require taking stairs. Any allergies or other environmental sensitivities should be mentioned to workshop@cbbag.ca after registration; CBBAG will do its best to accommodate students, however, CBBAG may be limited it its efforts to mitigate environmental issues.

Materials fees for in-person workshops, which are specified on the workshop detail page, are paid in cash to the instructor at the beginning of a workshop.

Tools and materials are supplied at the workshop, unless otherwise noted; participants may also bring their own hand tools if they wish.

Participants should plan to bring a brown bag lunch for in-person workshops (some workshops are in residential or industrial areas with no restaurants, etc., nearby).

Photography is permitted only for personal use; otherwise, permission must be obtained in writing from CBBAG.

Participants in online workshops are expected to have the correct software, equipment, and internet connectivity to participate in the workshop. Technical specifications are part of the workshop description.

Additional information:

Workshop Payments | General guidelines for enrolment | Learning Environment | Refunds or Cancellation

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