Seminole State College of Florida Restarts Welding Program
Seminole State College of Florida recently completed renovations to their welding program, which has been sitting idle for two years. As of January 13, 2014 students will be able to train to be a part of one of the most in demand jobs right now thanks to a $100,000 grant and welding booths from Clean Air America, Inc.
Newly Renovated Welding Lab At Seminole State College Of Florida
Professor Jesse Kamm is quoted as saying, “The equipment is the latest in environmentally-friendly and green technology. With the expansion, we’ve doubled our capacity and can accommodate up to 20 students.”
Seminole State purchased 10 WeldStation Dual Welding Booths to help keep their students and faculty safe from any welding smoke/dust that will be created in the learning process all while having green features such as automatic start/stop and variable frequency drives to help decrease energy consumption by up to 70%. “We’re training students using the most up-to-date technology available,” Kamm says. “There’s no other college in Central Florida with this type of equipment.
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