CVIT welding students complete OSHA training

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CVIT Welding students pictured are: Spencer Bryce RHS, Robert Creel-Marler RHS, Michael Giorsetti RHS, Anthony Becerra RHS, Nick Harmon RHS, Tino Barragan RHS, Emiliano Camerana HHS, Vincent Aguirre HHS, Pablo Acuna HHS, Raymundo Ahumada HHS, Joel Rodriguez HHS, Diego Rubal HHS, Damion Arbizo HHS, Skylar Hughes RHS, Dakota Willis RHS, Morgan Bray RHS, Romeo Varley RHS, and Sean Harmon RHS. Also pictured is Vicente Gallegos.

  Students from Hayden High School and Ray High School completed OSHA training last week.

  The Arizona Department of Education industrial technology program supervisor and approved OSHA trainer, Jamie Miller provided an OSHA training at the Ray School District for students in the Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) Welding Program. These students are developing the skills and completing the safety certifications that will prepare them for the high-tech industrial jobs and receiving college credits.

  The Ray-Hayden welding instructor Sam Colton has created partnerships with industry leaders that provide grants and hands-on internships that will lead to excellent career opportunities in the area and around the world for his students. The Ray-Hayden Welding Program is part of the CVIT JTED.

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