Congratulations to our Fall 2010 graduating class!
We wish the latest WTEC graduates prosperous careers as American Welding Society Certified Welders.
WTEC Director, James Storie, presented certificates of completion to:
- Gerald DeVisser of Mattawan, Michigan
- Robert Kline of Portage
- Thomas Ruggeri of Otsego, Michigan
- Tom Schlotterback of Paw Paw, Michigan
- Phil Summerville of Three Rivers, Michigan
- Casey Vander Ploeg of Lawton, Michigan
WTEC instructor and Certified Welding Inspector Levi Purins administered the American Welding Society Certification testing.
Four of our graduates have attained welding positions at a prominent company in the Kalamazoo area.
WTEC is a participant of Michigan’s “No Worker Left Behind” program and partners with Michigan Works.
The Welding Technology Education Center (WTEC) was born from industry need to fulfill industry need. WTEC is an American Welding Society Educational Institution member located at Fab Masters Company, Inc. in Marcellus, Michigan. Due to experiencing firsthand the shortage of skilled welders, Fab Masters President & CEO Ron Troxell decided to start his own welding training program. As a result, WTEC courses are designed with employers’ requirements in mind. Instructors then teach the theory and facilitate the hands-on lab practice needed for students to become capable of producing high quality welds. Consequently, WTEC is confident our graduates gain the welding skills needed to enter production or industry-level positions.
WTEC partners with Michigan Works to provide training to unemployed and displaced workers.
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