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1 Concordia Junior-Senior High School Bryce Wachs, Asst. Principal/CTE Dir. Quentin Breese, Principal

2 Board & Superintendent believe and support CTE 11 Approved Pathways Agriculture Science Plant Systems Power, Structural & Technical Systems Construction Design & Pre-Construction AV Communications 4 Approved Prior to this year Certificates CNA AWS D1.1 1G Cloud County Community College Partnership Our CTE Program Business Entrepreneurship Business Finance Restaurant & Event Management Family & Community Services Production

3 Agriculture Welding Teaching welding for agriculture or personal use We were not offering a program to get students ready to enter the workforce Equipment 5 GMAW Machines (non industry type machine) 2 Oxy Fuel units 20 Arch Welding Stations Located in Auto Shop Welding: Where we started

4 CloudCorp Cloud County Economic Development 1 year ago started dialogue with ONE GOAL, bring a welding program to our community With 1 Requirement the program had to get students American Welding Society Certified (Certified Welder) Economic Development Contact

5 “It’s a great time to be a welder. Thanks to a global boom in industrial manufacturing, skilled welders are in greater demand than ever. Companies can’t find enough of them. Wall Street Journal “It’s a great time to be a welder. Thanks to a global boom in industrial manufacturing, skilled welders are in greater demand than ever. Companies can’t find enough of them. Wall Street Journal Welding plays a key role in manufacturing, almost everything is welded! Manufacturing Challenge There are more the 500,000 welders working in US.* The average age of welders in today’s workforce is 54.* It is estimated that there will be a shortage of more than 200,000 welders by 2010.* This year, 50,000 welders will leave the industry while only 25,000 students begin their welding education.* Local Needs 27 welding openings summer of 2011 *www.aws.org Why the Need?

6 Alstom Gerard Tank & Steel Sunflower Manufacturing Reinke Manufacturing Company Smaller Shops Local Manufacturing

7 CloudCorp and Reinke started discussion about a welding program Currently Reinke has worked with 3 other high schools The program needed: Instructor- certified or willing to get certified Facility Adult education opportunity with Community College We could meet all their needs! Reinke Manufacturing

8 Visited three school facilities Republic County High School Fillmore Central High School (Nebraska) Deshler High School (Nebraska) Visited Reinke Manufacturing This gave us ideas for our Plans Tour of Facilities GMAC Welding Set-up Oxy Booth Set-upGas Supply Set-up

9 Develop Floor Plans

10 Needed 480v 3 Phase service, CTE building only had 240v 3 Phase service Meeting with City inspector Electrical Engineer Designed (required to meet city building code) Prairie Land Electric installed three 480v transformers on new poles along with placing the new service on our existing meter Installed a 480v service panel in CTE Building; installed grounding and bonding to the CTE Building Installed electrical service to eight new welding booths Electrical Modifications

11 All Metal Donated and Cut by Alstom Design was for a student and instructor to work inside one booth Blueprints from Reinke, assembled by our students GMAW Booths

12 All Metal Donated and Cut by Reinke Design was for a student and instructor to work inside one booth Designed by our instructor, assembled by our students Oxy Fuel Booths

13 Current Distributer Plumbing GMAW booths with drops Oxy Fuel Stations Airgas Lincoln Welders Alstom uses Lincoln Leased Machines Change out every 6 months Installed and set-up Connect to iPad for CheckPoint and Production Monitoring

14 Program currently is part of: Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources-Power, Structural, & Technical Systems Agriculture Welding I,II, III, IV Dialogue with Industry Design program for what local industry needs Manufacturing terminology needed Agriculture titles removed Process of Pathway Approval Manufacturing- Production Introduction to Industrial Technology Blue Print Reading Introduction Welding Manufacturing Process Production Welding I Production Welding II Manufacturing Pathway

15 Cloud County Community College Offer Production Welding Classes for College Credit Night Adult Education Courses Reinke will send employees for training courses Working together to start Welding Program Alignment Certificate A New courses would then be added Our instructor will teach some of these night courses CCCC

16 USD 333 Electrical Engineer Electrical Upgrades Spartan Ironworker Certified Instructor Reinke Manufacturing Metal for Oxy Fuel Booths Deliver Scrap metal for instruction Test our students after course completion Alstom Metal for GMAW Booths Deliver Scrap metal for instruction Prairie Land Electric Installed Transformers Summary of Project Airgas Plumbed GMAW Booths Plumber Oxy Fuel Booths Lincoln Welders Provided machines Course Materials Cloud Corp Cloud County Community College College Credit Adult Education Concordia Tractor Incorporated Paint for Booths

17 Bryce Wachs, Asst. Principal/CTE Dir. Quentin Breese, Principal Andy Massing, Instructor Contact Information

18 THANKS FOR MAKING THIS PROJECT A REALITY


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