Welcome To Industrial Technology
The first class is the Introduction to the Built Environment. This class is designed to develop skills in students by creating a individual who has technical knowledge about industry, safety, materials, design, and equipment. The students will develop a awareness in the construction, and manufacturing areas.This course serves as an introductory course to all other course offerings in the Skilled and Technical Sciences Department.
Welding is a beginning level course that introduces students to basic knowledge and skills required in manufacturing along with basic welding skills in numerous welding processes. Welding Processes Include : ( SMAW) - Shielded Metal Arc Welding. (GMAW) - Gas Metal Arc Welding. (OFC) - Oxy-Fuel Cutting, ( TB) - Torch Brazing. (TS) - Torch Soldering.
The Advanced Welding course builds on previous welding skills and introduces students to other welding methods and opportunities to advance welding skills. Welding Processes Include : (SMAW) - Shielded Metal Arc Welding, (GMAW) - Gas Metal Arc Welding. (OFW) - Oxy Fuel Welding. (PAC) - Plasma Arc Cutting. (GTAW) - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. (OFC) - Oxy Fuel Cutting.
The Woods course introduces students to developing skills in measuring, safety, planning, and production. Students will develop skills in woodworking and machine operations and maintenance.
Advanced Woods builds on students skills including fabricating cabinets, doors, drawers, hardware, edge banding, and laminates. Advance machine processes will be incorporated to further encourage and develop employability skills.
Mr. Gansebom is teaching at Logan View however he was a instructor for 32 years at Fort Calhoun and is currently living in Fort Calhoun. Mr Gansebom also served as a SKILLS USA advisor throughout his career. Mr. Gansebom has a wife, son, and daughter.
|Contact: Tony Gansebom|