Introduction to the Academy
We are the best at what we do. We chase and achieve success in our chosen paths with the greatest of our abilities. Never shall a student fall short or feel neglected because our instructors fully dedicate themselves to their art. When an individual shows as much care and love as we do, we take it upon ourselves to make them the best they can be. That is the true misson of The Crafting Academy.
Location of the Academy
Yet to be determained. At this time we will use the workshop in Galmair for our work and studies.
Guidelines and Requirements
Each of our instructors have their own expectations and requirements. This is due to each craft differing in determination and understanding. What can be agreed on is what is generally expected in quality of a student: Dedicated.
We ask for full concentration if one is willing to learn all there is to be taught. The Crafting Academy does not teach hobbies or past-times. It is about passion and commitment. Us as teachers will never let a student feel unwanted or neglected, and we expect the very same. Our time is being offered to help you become the best in what you love to do.
If a student is absent or dissapears without notice to the instructor, they very well may lose their position and trust from the Adademy. Their instructor may decide weither the individual can be declared a student once again upon return. Again, this only goes for declared students that dissapear without notice.
Instructors and subjects offered
Leon Demelii - Instructor of Finesmithing and Carpentry
~The Crafting Academy is willing to introduce other instructors, please send word to Leon Demelii to plan a meeting~
Last edited by Crafting Academy
on Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:26 am, edited 1 time in total.