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2017 Fall CTE Workshops - Pittsburg
2017 Fall CTE Workshops - Pittsburg
Kansas Center for Career and Technical Education
When:  Thu, November 9 2017 09:00 AM - Fri, November 10 2017 05:00 PM
Location:  Pittsburg State University/KTC
Address:  909 E. Ford, Pittsburg, KS 66762
Contact:  Tracey Eagon
Contact Phone:  620-235-6006

**REGISTRATION IS LIMITED FOR THIS TWO-DAY EVENT - SIGN UP NOW!!**

  • Thursday, Nov. 9 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Check-in opens at 8:30 am)(Lunch Provided)
  • Friday, Nov. 10 from 8:00 am - 12 noon

**$20.00 Fee for this event**

AUTOMOTIVE:

  • Snap-on NC3 Training for Torque Mechanical Certification: (Robert Schroer)  First of a two part training program that explores the myths about the torque procedures and torque properties of fasteners.  Part two of the training will occur during a spring semester training session.
  • Snap-on NC3 Training for 525 Multimeter Certification: (Steve Polley)  Hands on certification training on the features of the Snap-on 525 multimeter and general multimeter usage techniques. 

GRAPHICS AND IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES:

  • Adobe Illustrator, Beginning and Intermediate: (Christel Benson and David Oldham) How-to sessions. Tutorial in nature. Support files and videos will be provided.

  • Studio Photography: Making use of any space for professional results: (Rion Huffman and Rocky Restivo)  This introductory workshop will cover the basics of studio photography. Participants will learn portrait and product studio techniques in a professional studio setting as well as a makeshift setting in a room not meant to be a studio. The focus will be on applying professional techniques to any setting and working within any budget.

INTERIOR DESIGN/KNIFE SKILLS & CHICKEN FABRICATION:

  • Interior Design Teaching Essentials: (Holly Page-Sagehorn and Denice Bertoncino)

  • Knife Skills and Chicken Fabrication: (Bill Loudermilk)  An interactive participatory workshop that covers the following; knife identification, uses, and handling.  Identification and demonstration of culinary knife cuts.  Chicken Fabratication per ProStart criteria.

METAL CASTING PROCESS: (Russ Rosmait)

  • The metal casting industry is the worlds sixth largest form of manufacturing.  It is important to note that the five larger industries (Mining, Aerospace, Steel Production, Construction & Petrochemical) all depend the sixth sister for their existence. 
  • The program is designed to provide the participant with the tools and experiences needed to comfortably and safely teach the topic of metal casting at their respective schools.  The targeted participants are Materials Science Teachers, Technology Education, Vocational Education and Art Teachers.
  • This program is designed to serve middle school, high school and community college teachers'.

WOOD TECHNOLOGY: (Charlie Phillips and Jordan Backs)

  • Creating Jigs and/or Fixtures for your School Equipment (Thursday)
  • Saw Milling (presented by WoodMizer)(Friday)

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