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ATCTC Students Gain Industry Training

Because of a recent partnership with AIDT, many Allen Thornton Career Technical students have been able to participate in Forklift Training during this school year. According to CTE Counselor, Mrs. Shelley Montgomery, students from various programs received certificates after successfully completing the training and testing conducted by Mr. Michael Reeves.

 In addition to the Forklift Training class, a two-day OSHA-10 certification class will be also be offered to ATCTC students. According to CTE Director, Mrs. Kelley Joiner, this is a tremendous opportunity for our students to be able to receive these credentials at no cost to them while attending their classes at Allen Thornton. The certifications that they receive from participating in these training programs will be a huge benefit to both the student and potential employer. We are excited to be able to make this opportunity available for our students and look forward to providing additional opportunities like these in the future to help meet local industry and workforce needs.

 ATCTC's December Student of the Month -  Ricky Lard

Congratulations to Allen Thornton Career Technical Center’s Student of the Month:  Ricky Lard.  Ricky is a senior Collision Repair student from Lauderdale County High School who is currently in his fourth semester at ATCTC.  According to Mr. Michael Hughes his instructor, Ricky is a hard-working and dependable student with a strong work ethic.  He has excellent attendance, always does whatever is asked of him, and has the skills it takes to become a successful employee.

Ricky has already earned his ASE credential in Automotive Painting and Refinishing as well as the I-CAR Collision Repair credential.  He will also be earning his Forklift certification this month at ATCTC, and will be given the opportunity to earn his OSHA-10 certification.

Ricky has served as manager for the LCHS football team and LCHS Lady Tigers basketball team during his high school career.  Good luck to Ricky as he continues his education in Automotive Collision Repair!

Congratulations Ricky!

 Congratulations to Amy Bolding for being selected as ATCTC's 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year 

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Congratulations Ricky!!!
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Great Job Fabien!!!
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ATCTC's September Student of the Month - Gracie Elliott Congratulations to Allen Thornton’sStudent of the...
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Way to go Micah!!!
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