Willow Husbandry Course - feedback. Tutor: John Waller

General comments:
“The reason that I booked on the course was to gain an understanding of how to establish and maintain a willow bed, the produce of which would be used to establish a woven willow fencing business in France. The willow husbandry information was good and went as far as would be expected on the course. What I would like to see is a course that then follows this husbandry element with a practical course in the craft of woven willow fencing.
John 2012

I really enjoyed the course. Very informative and well presented. I was a little disappointed to find that when I did arrive the receptionist wasn't there and nobody knew where I should go. Probably my own fault though I guess.
Other than that I was pleased with the course and didn't miss much. Please pass on my thanks to John” Mark 2013

I loved the course.... thought it was fab. “ Becky 2013

I think the courses run by John are excellent.  I have been on a few now and this one was an excellent balance of teaching and hands on-experience.” Ben 2013

 

 

How did you rate the marketing of the course?
Accurate (2 review)

How would you rate the booking process?
Excellent (1 review)
Satisfactory (1 review)

Did you receive enough information about the course before the day?
Yes (2 reviews)

Did the course meet your expectations, based on the pre-course information and marketing?
Yes (2 reviews)

Did you think the price of the course was reasonable?
About right (2 reviews)
 

Did you think the group size was appropriate?
About right (2 reviews)

How would you rate the venue/facilities?
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How would you rate the tutor?
 (2 reviews)
Informative     9.5/10
Approachable  9.5/10
Friendly  9.5/10
Supportive  9.5/10
Understanding of different abilities and needs  9.5/10
Tolerant   9.5/10
 

Would you come on another course in the future?
 Yes (2 reviews)

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