The adventure begins. Great that you're working with your Dad. Neither of my boys were very interested in ww'ing.
One of the first things you'll need to address is the electricals.
Re: Paul Sellers you are making a good choice. He is very good on layout, marking, etc. The Fine Woodworking membership is worth every penny IMO. Tons of articles, videos. You can watch some real masters like Phil Rowe.
BTW there is an YouTube excellent series on "the art of ww'ing" done by Phil Rowe.
My best advice is resist the temptation to rush into buying tools, and please, please always try to buy the best you can afford. Spend some time looking at catalogs: Woodcraft, Lee Valley, Highland Hardware (no, not Harbor Freight!)