Greene Technology Center Welding Program
For Returning Students
1) If you have not completed OSHA 10 training and certification at the start of a semester, it will be required before going to the shop. This will be computer based and done in the classroom or you can work on it at home but understand this. YOU WILL NOT GO IN THE SHOP UNTIL IT IS DONE.
The OSHA 10 course can be worked on after the end of the semester but don't wait too long as the seat may expire and any modules you have completed will be required to be completed again. If you completed most modules but not all in the past and the seat expired, you will have to do them all again.
For those of you that like to sit in the classroom, please do NOT SIGN UP for my class and waste my time or the time of others.
2) Classes will have assignments that are on a computer. There will also be bookwork, classroom time etc. If this is something you just cannot bear in your life, feel free to use your credits in something a little easier on your "feelings". There are a few of you that appear to have placed little value in something I considered valuable which is theory work associated with welding. It has been noted.
3) Since the advanced class in the afternoon is sometimes full, I may have the opportunity to provide input related to who is in the class. Should it come to the point where I have to reduce my class size the 1st few weeks of a semester, understand that one of the prime considerations will be how much effort I had to put into trying to get you to work on classroom work or in the shop in the past.
4) I have mentioned to some of you in the past that you should consider taking something else. If you walk around the shop, don't stay in your booth, goof off, horseplay, and are not serious about learning to weld, DO NOT COME BACK TO MY CLASS.
Welding classes for the fall of 2022
Intro to Manufacturing-Welding (1st and 2nd period)
Dual Enrolment Options
American Welding Society Certified Welder Testing
Welder Certification for the Public and Industry