Western Quebec Career Centre welding students showcase school’s new sign
Students in the welding program at the Western Quebec Career Centre (WQCC) made a new sign for the school. The project started during the previous school year, and the students have since been working on it.
The students in the welding program designed, made and installed the sign.
“We are very proud of what they have achieved,” said Damian Curley, centre director. Curley also highlighted the help they received from members of the community, such as Matthew Ferguson, letter designer, Vision Industrielle, who transported the pieces to and from the paint shop, and Ottawa Quality Paint Finishing, who powder coated the letters. “Without these partners, our project wouldn’t have been possible.”
The WQCC offers a variety of vocational training programs with free tuition for Quebec Residents and those born in Quebec. More information about the centre can be found on their website: https://www.wqcc.ca/
Photo caption: Welding students at the Western Quebec Career Centre posing with the welded letters they designed, made and installed as a sign for the school.
Photo credit: Damian Curley