Welders learn at CSS

Ten Clearwater Secondary students plus two from the general public study welding at TRU Trade Trailer by high school

Larson Wadlegger

Sparks fly as Larson Wadlegger takes part in a welding program at the Thompson Rivers University Trades Trailer next to Clearwater Secondary School recently.

Photo by Kennedy Ash

 

Tori Barstow

Left: Tori Barstow checks out valves on two tanks. A total of 10 high school students plus two from the general public took the course.

Photo by Morgan Spence

 

 

Right: Gareth Hewett adjusts a jig as part of the welding course. The program is offered jointly by TRU and SchoolGareth District 26.

Photo by Morgan Spencer

 

 

 

 

Below: Tyler Rhodes lays a piece of metal on a grate. The Trades Trailer visits secondary schools within the school district on a rotation basis.Tyler

 

 

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