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Bent out of Shape: ETEC class gets hands-on training


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Student Jermone Signa, above, uses the Three Bend Saddle technique for bending conduit. ETEC-042 is part of the two-year ETEC Program, and is taught in the fourth semester to future electricians learning the tools the trade. The program graduates roughly 25 students a semester and currently holds a 75 percent job placement for recent graduates. Class Instructor Jack Williams, pictured left with his back to the camera, was also one of the electricians who installed the original electrical wires at LMC when it was built in the 1970s.

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Bent out of Shape: ETEC class gets hands-on training