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Brian Stool, Tahlequah Campus
Use forklifts to move materials; raise, lower, or remove large objects; and move smaller objects on pallets or in boxes, crates, or other containers. Prerequisite: Forklift Safety Certification
Safely operate a forklift: covers recommended practices aligned with OSHA standards and regulations.
Joe Morris, Tahlequah Campus
Gain basic carpentry, electrical and masonry skills needed to make home improvements, minor repairs or home additions. Additional supply charges may apply.
Mike McClure, Tahlequah Campus
Safely use heat to create metal projects (ornamental and functional) with welding, cutting torches, and the forge; repair damaged farm implements, gates, fencing, and more.
Bobby Gerhart, Tahlequah Campus
Ladies, learn the basics in car care. Change your oil, fix a flat tire, jump a dead battery & more.
John Canfield, Tahlequah Campus
Identify parts, disassemble and reassemble a small engine, and troubleshoot and repair. Designed for all levels.
Explore basic welding for home, shop repair, and professional-level welding; covers gas cutting and welding, Arc, MIG and TIG welding as skills develop. Additional supply charges may apply.