The Public Safety Program sponsored an Open House for parents on Wednesday, December 7. Students demonstrated several of the first responder/EMS activities that they have learned this year. Parents were informed about the requirements that are necessary for students as they are getting ready to do clinical assignments on fire and ambulance calls as well…
Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department Detective William Flagg taught UTC Law Enforcement students about fingerprinting as he did a lab on this aspect of forensic science. Detective Flagg explained the importance of proper fingerprinting protocols as law enforcement officers gather evidence at crime scenes.
Dan Desmaris, admissions representative from Lincoln Tech discusses programs that are available to students in the technology fields. Acquisition of certificates and degrees from the various tech schools across the nation give students a leg up on the competition when it comes to employment opportunities.
UTC Auto Technology students were given a demonstration on brake lathe technology by John Gladu, a manufacturing representative of Hunter Engineering Company. Currently the students are completing a unit on brakes and suspension. The brake lathe used in the demonstration is recent technology that combines several brake repair functions that have been traditionally done individually.