Automotive Technology Kevin Warner, Instructor This automotive technology program trains students in the repair and maintenance of automobiles. Most of the course is hands-on work, but getting a base knowledge of function is essential. The students will work on everything from brake systems to electricity. However, there is some time spent "in the books," so to speak. All book work helps the students get one step closer to ASE certification. Auto Website
Health Science Mrs. Abner, Instructor Mrs. Cowan, Instructor Mrs. Prater, Instructor Ms. Wooley, Instructor The Health Science Program provides the secondary student with orientation, exploration, and preparation into the health care industry. Courses are sequenced to provide continuous student progress toward achievement of a career goal in any of the Health Science pathways. The integration of literacy, numeracy, science, employability, 21st Century skills, and technical skills is a vital component of each course offering.
Welding Technology Mr. Hall, Instructor The welding program prepares students for industry or other job related fields. Welding students are presented with the knowlege to weld various types of metal using several methods and processes. Students are trained in oxy-fuel cutting operations, layout and blueprint reading, job site safety, sheielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding and gas tungsten arc welding.
Carpentry Mr. Addison, Instructor The carpentry program, is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. Students are involved in blueprint reading, layout, fabrication, foundation, walls, floors, ceilings, and roofs of structures. Students will use several forms of materials such as wood, metal, plastics, fiberglass, Styrofoam, and concrete in the construction process. Training will emphasize instruction in the care and safe use of hand and power tools.
Information Technology Mr. Barnes, Instructor The Information technology program is designed to provide students with concepts and skills needed to diagnose and repair personal computers. It is also designed to allow students to view other parts of the technology industry such as networking and security.
Integrated Engineering Technology Instructor This program allows high school students to take classes over a two-year period then take part in internships with local employers with on-the-job training.The program is a partnership between BCTC, the Clark County School District, the Winchester-Clark County Industrial Authority and local businesses and industries.