Weekly Roundup – News in the Welding World
Are you ready for some football (I would be so much more interested were it my team playing for the Lombardi trophy)? Football fan or not, the Roundup is here to keep you company. Chew up the usual bag of tricks – welding events, welding jobs, etc. – this week as you countdown (or not) to the big game. Enjoy!
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CAC welding professor Bob Suor earns the George Fridell Excellence in Teaching Award
Robert Suor, full-time professor of welding at Central Arizona College since 1999, has been named one of five recipients of the 2012 George Fridell Excellence in Teaching Award.
First Coast Tech planning an evening welding class
First Coast Technical College has established an evening welding program from 5 to 9 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Energy boom boosts demand in MT welding industry
Eastern Montana's energy boom is benefiting the state with thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in new tax revenues.
Welder-fabricator program unveiled at NWTC
A welder-fabricator apprenticeship program starting at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College as early as next month is aimed at helping bolster the skills of the area work force while helping meet employer demand for workers with fabrication skills.
New welding lab at Hart Career Center
The teaching of welding just got cleaner, safer and more efficient at the Hart Career Center, thanks to a new location for the program which includes improved equipment.
El Cajon Valley High dedicates facility
Not content to dedicate El Cajon Valley High School’s new Metal Works Facility and Special Education Suites with a symbolic snip of a ribbon, school and district representatives resorted to fire power Wednesday morning.
College welding shop closed pending air system check
The welding shop will remain closed until the community college can ensure its filtration system is working properly.
Welding Gone Wrong
Welding Truck Catches Fire
Investigators are working to figure out what caused a welding truck to catch fire early Thursday morning at Mando's Auto and Brake Services at Wyoming and Stevens in Central El Paso.
Welding work sparks explosion, fire in Hyannis
Welding work and a gas leak sparked an explosion Friday morning at an automobile recycling business on Yarmouth Road.
Driver drops $2,500 welder on I-78 ramp
A piece of industrial welding equipment fell off a Berks County man's pickup truck at an Interstate 78 onramp Thursday, and when the driver came back to pick it up, it had been stolen, police said.
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