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Kamloops Tiny House Workshop – TRU Newsroom

Kamloops Tiny House Workshop – TRU Newsroom

July 28, 2021 at 10:55 pm  Education, Kamloops, News

Learn how to design and build your very own tiny house in this two-and-a-half-day jam-packed workshop August 6 to 8.

This is what you would call a crash course. It saves you months of research, ensures you are ready to go tiny, and that you design the best tiny house for you. You are learning from a professional teacher who designed and build their own tiny house, has been living in it for five years. You are in good hands.


This Tiny House Workshop offers something for everyone, from the skilled craftsperson to someone who has never picked up a hammer.

The goal is to ensure you walk into this exciting next step with your eyes wide open. No sugar coating. And so much content. Including:

  • What tiny home living is all about: the good, the bad and the awesome
  • How to plan and design a tiny home starting from the trailer up
  • A step-by-step construction process so you know what you’re doing every step of the way
  • Living systems: heating, waste, energy and water options
  • Legalities: for the road, building codes and zoning/bylaws
  • Utilities, product reviews, trailer options — you name it, you are going to become the local tiny house expert

At the end of the workshop, you will have the knowledge you need to move forward with your tiny house with confidence.

Read the full workshop description here: https://atinyhouseworkshop.com/the-workshop/

Register now at www.ATinyHouseWorkshop.com

Where and when:

We meet at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at the Alumni Theatre in the TRU Clocktower Building, 805 TRU Way. The course then runs from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 7 and 8.

Important details:

  • Receive a 20 percent discount by using the code: PARTNERDISCOUNT20
  • This workshop frequently sells out

Cancellation policy: You can cancel and receive a full refund up to four weeks before the workshop. After that, all cancellations are non-refundable. In the event the workshop is cancelled (such as for COVID), you will receive a full refund.

COVID protocols:

We have engineered this workshop to be COVID safe. We will be practicing all recommended guidelines for this event at the time it is held. There are three possibilities:

  1. No lockdown. The world returns to normal. You get to experience this workshop-like everyone else has for the past 5 years I have taught it. WOOT!
  2. Full lockdown. You attend the workshop like a drive-in movie theatre. We will have a projector and FM transmitter, and you get to experience the workshop from the comfort and safety of your vehicle.
  3. Some restrictions. We have six-foot distancing between participants and masks.

Let’s be safe, learn, and enjoy a workshop together.

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