I was wondering about format as well. I think it would be simpler to teach it as an information course with 1-2 office hour sessions. For example, you could have as many as 10 students (post covid of course, I think the max now would be 3 students) who would watch and learn as you demonstrate the process. You could walk them through choosing wood, choosing the design, how to measure wood for the design, using the planer/jointer/table saw, how to glue up the pieces so everything is flush and level. And then when you get to that stage, you could pull out a pre-glued board to continue the process and show them how to shape the board, sand it, and options for coating.
The students will then be able to go source their wood, choose their design, and get started on their own cutting board during their own woodshop reservation times. If you wanted to, you could also offer “office hours” where you would be present in the woodshop maybe a week after class one evening so that students could bring their project in and ask you questions or get help with their specific ideas.
And, if the class goes well and you find a good flow for lessons we could film the class and offer it for sale on hackerspace site so both the teacher and the space would make money without having to come in person for the class.
Just some ideas.