This course is designed for various levels of experience and can be of great benefit for community members, high school students, veterans, contractors, architects, trades people, homeowners, historic house museum professionals, and anyone interested in the field of historic preservation.
Through these courses, participants are able to better understand the nature of historic building materials, the cause and effects of their deterioration, and the steps that can be taken to mitigate or repair damage including tained glass, lighting fixture repair, hardware, signs, gates and sustainable practices.
These course is offered at a prime Historic Restoration House called “CASAS ALICIAS” where the building is used as a laboratory with state approved Blue Prints and well as all documentation for certification. From oppression to hope we bring ideas and insights from the community to facilitate humanities experiences that elevate the living conditions in our community.
The history, craft, art, architecture, business opportunity, green retrofit, oral history for historic houses provide a perfect platform to elevate the ethics and culture of our disadvantage neighborhood.
How to get started
Complete Intake Form
This form is to enroll in general to the PUEDE CENTER and it is very important for our records
Complete Course form
This form will help us enroll you into the class and keep you updated
Wait for us to contact you
We will contact you via phone or email and validate your confirmation and acceptance to the workshops
Attend the class
After the completion of previous steps, when contacted you’ll receive instructions on how to attend class.