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Evening Youth Programs

These programs allow junior high and high school students the opportunity to explore their interests and build skills through an evening class once per week.

Weld-a-Saurus, Introduction

The age of the dinosaur is back and you can be part of the recreation! Start by learning how to use a MIG welder and basic welding techniques such as beading, padding and the gas metal arc welding process. Practice your skills by welding a variety of projects and then transform a steel plate into the skeleton of a dinosaur! Take home your welding creations at the end of the course.

Course codeDatesTimeRegistration
CAMP 186 Tuesdays, Sept. 18 - Nov. 6, 2018 6 - 8:50 pm Register 

Dress code requirements:  All participants are required to wear closed-toe shoes with a good tread; no sandals or open-toe shoes permitted in the shop. Steel-toed boots are preferred but not required. Rubber boots
are also appropriate footwear. Do not wear canvas/cloth shoes, as the sparks may burn through the material. Long pants are required to be worn in the shop; no shorts, capris, low-cut tops, or loose clothing that could get caught
in power tools. Coveralls or clothes that can get dirty are preferred. Participants with long hair should ensure that they bring hair elastics to tie back their hair. 

Safety note: Eye and hearing protection will be provided. Participants are required to adhere to the safety precautions outlined by the instructors; safety infractions may lead to removal from the program. 

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Exploring Trades, Intermediate

Explore a career in construction trades. Learn safe use of hand and power tools, while making and personalizing your own projects using a range of materials, including wood and pipe. Gain an understanding of construction trades and take home the final results to wow your family and friends.

Course codeDatesTimeRegistration
YCMP 037 Tuesdays, Sept. 18 - Nov. 6, 2018 6 - 8:50 pm Register 

Dress code requirements: All participants are required to wear closed-toe shoes with a good tread; no sandals or open-toe shoes permitted in the shop. Steel-toe boots are preferred but not required. Long pants are required to be worn in the shop; no shorts, capris, low-cut tops, or loose clothing that could get caught in power tools. Coveralls or clothes that can get dirty are preferred. Participants with long hair should ensure that they bring hair elastics to tie back their hair.

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