If you have the time and the money, they look like a good set of skills to learn in five days. Would be good fun too I imagine. (Might even do one myself. )
I think the one downfall with these types of courses, is that you can quickly forget how to do stuff when it's all crammed in in a week. Maybe have a project set up to start on once you've finished the course? Shed build perhaps, or decking so that you can put your skills to use straight away. There's nothing quite like doing these tasks over and over again to actually "learn" them. Even I find now that there will be the odd little job that I perhaps haven't done in ages that I have to get my head around for a while.
Hope you enjoy though - working wood is good fun and the satisfaction of something well put together, a door well-hung (oi, no tittering) or a spot-on join is wonderful.