Mr. Bunch and his Tyler Consolidated Middle School students started their 9 weeks together by playing measure tag. Learning how to read a ruler is an integral part of any drafting-related career!
Wherever there are machines, there will be a need for maintenance workers to keep them running. Now more than ever, companies have a critical need for skilled and knowledgeable technicians that can run, maintain, and troubleshoot equipment in various facilities. Picture 1: Hunter Fulks of Tyler Co. learning some basic machining on a lathe donated by Alan Haught of Harrisville. Picture 2: Zack Hafer and Alex Ratliff of Ritchie Co. learning Motor Control wiring.
Drafting students have been busy! Lots of projects going on from signs to 3D printing to creating a map of outlets for our maintenance guy, Denny!
Wherever there are machines, there will be a need for maintenance workers to keep them running! Now more than ever, companies have a critical need for skilled and knowledgeable technicians that can run, maintain, and troubleshoot equipment in various facilities. Check out these MOVTI IEM students who are hard at work! Photo 1: Zack Hafer and Alex Ratliff of Ritchie Co. learning Motor Control wiring. Photo 2: Hunter Fulks of Tyler Co. learning some basic machining on a lathe donated by Alan Haught of Harrisville.
The following AM Automotive students have earned their S/P2 Automotive Service Safety Certification. From left to right Ben Shears, Olivia Knudsen, Lance Craven, Joey Price, Carson Carl, Gunner Luzader, Wyatt Pinkerton, Colton Rollins, Jeremiah Wilson, Jacob Barrett. S/P2 is a nationally recognized safety training that teaches students the awareness they need to recognize safety hazards and proper tool use to prevent injuries in the workplace, as well as learning safety skills that are desirable to employers.
Welding students recently fabricated and installed steps and a crawlspace door for Ritchie County High School's newly constructed track and field timing building. The following students assisted Mr. Sims: Logan Jones (RC), Cody Houser (SM), Tatum Elliott (RC), Matthew Cox (RC)
Back to work! #wvdecte #cterocks
All AM welding students are now OSHA certified! Congratulations!
Students from the Law & Public Safety Program tested their use of force continuum knowledge and baton skills against the Red Man Suit. A special thanks to 2nd year student Colt Lutz for suiting up.
Students from Mrs. Redin's Grow Your Own (GYO) Future Educators teacher preparation program visited St. Marys Elementary School to do classroom observations. This will help prepare GYO students for their field placement during the spring semester.
Even as we are nearing the end of our first semester, students are still working hard! #thisisCTE #CTErocks
It's welding certification season at MOVTI! Tatem Elliott (senior, Ritchie), Hunter Huggins (senior, Tyler Consolidated), Dalton America (senior, Tyler Consolidated) passed their SMAW welding test! #preparingforthefuture #workforceready #collegeready #wvdecte #movtiworks
Senior Welding students, Austin VanCamp (Left, TC) and Peyton Lowther (Right, TC) are pictured with welding instructor, Mike Sims. Both students successfully passed their SWAW certification.
Several AM Welding students completed their OSHA 10 certification! Many unions and businesses require their employee to earn their OHSA 10. So, by completing this course and earning this certification during high school, students who plan to directly enter the workforce are already one step ahead!
Check out our very own Brayden Whited and other MOVTI Medical Professions students (green and teal scrubs) in this highlight of the Washington County Career Center Career Fair! https://www.wtap.com/2022/12/02/washington-county-career-center-hosts-health-care-career-fair/
Advanced Medical students RCHS Andrew Freeland, Quentin Owens, Ethan Haught, Ivy Hogue completed requirements for their OSHA-10 certification. Also pictured, students practicing "feeding a patient" on fellow classmates. Students are currently learning about nutritional needs of patients.
Mr. Bunch has been working with 7th and 8th graders at Ritchie County Middle School. Students are introduced to AutoCad software and have learned how to complete coordinate drawings. Their designs will be engraved for Christmas ornaments.
Law & Public Safety students toured the Old West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, WV to learn about the history of Corrections and its role in the Criminal Justice System.
We <3 when our students earn certifications at the MOVTI! Teagan Hunt, junior from SMHS, passed her Adobe Certified Professional in Graphic Design and Illustration using Adobe Illustrator!
Hey, today was Career Day at the MOVTI! Individuals from a variety of companies and schools spent their day at MOVTI today to share information about their school, workplace, their job, and the education and skills that are required for success! Thank you to all who came to share their time and knowledge with our students!