Date(s) - 10/07/2017
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This workshop is intended to help raise funds to support the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and the anticipated needs of victims of Hurricane Irma.
In this five hour session, we will demonstrate the use of oxy-acetylene for rescue and emergency cutting. We will also demonstrate MIG and Stick welding with an emphasis on field work.
The bulk of the class will be spent hands-on working with Oxy-acetylene and MIG. The skills learned in class will help you to weld in the field and potentially assist the kinds of rescue efforts common to post earthquake situations.
The workshop fee includes all shop materials and equipment, just show up in long pants and sturdy non-sneaker shoes.
This class is for complete beginners, no prior experience is necessary.
The principle purpose of this class is to raise funds for Doctors without borders, if you take this class with us, you will not only be contributing to relief efforts, you will be meeting other civic minded persons and helping to prepare yourself to contribute specialized and useful skills to crisis situations.
We are a company of two persons, we want to contribute to the well being of our fellows and we deeply appreciate your willingness to participate.
We face new times and challenges, lets face them together.
Bookings are closed for this event.