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Allen Thornton - Health Science - CNA Students

2017-2018 School Year


Automotive Technologies ASE Certification







The following students, who attend Allen Thornton's Culinary Program under the instruction of Mrs. Carole Pongetti, recently passed their ServeSafe Certification. This will be a great asset to add to their resume!


Block A

Sydney Skipworth, Brooks High School


Block B

Jennifer Bass, Brooks High School

Megan Boyd, Brooks High School

Nissi Clingan, Brooks High School

Jake King, Brooks High School


Congratulations to the following students at Allen Thornton Career Technical Center for passing their OSHA-10 training on November 7, 2018.


Alex
Barber
Tanner
Bayes
Trevor
Darby
Sims
Greer
Eric
Harbin
Jordan
Heathcoat
Cole
Johnson
Jackson
Marlow
Dillion
McKinney
Daniel
Nash
Clay
Pace
Joshua
Plunkett
Cassidy
Richey
Bradley
Shiers
Alex
Simpson
David
Walker
Casey
Wisdom
Logan
Yancey



AIDT Forklift Training

Forklift Training - October 26, 2017
John
Greer
Trey
Bailey
Alex
Barber
Luke
Brown
Cody
Gatlin
Sims
Greer
Noah
Nabors
Gavin
Putman
Cassidy
Richey
Joseph
Rotton
Robert
Stanfield
David
Walker
Aaron
Webster
Casey
Wisdom
Logan
Yancey


forklift training group picture




Forklift Training - November 2, 2017
Michael
Bailey
Tanner
Bayes
Coleman
Caddell
Jacob
Hall
Eric
Harbin
James
Hood
Cole
Johnson
Jackson
Marlow
Daniel
Nash
Clay
Pace
James
Pannell
Zac
Prestridge
Alex
Simpson
Dylan
Staggs
Devin
Starnes
Joseph
Tucker
Jason
Young


forklift training participants


NIMS Measurement, Material and Safety

Allen Thornton's Precision Machining Class

Dustin Scroggins-NIMS certified studentZane Westfall-NIMS CertifiedBrandon Tidwell-NIMS Certified

Hayden Harris-NIMS CertifiedJesse Forsythe-NIMS CertifiedRyan Higginbotham-NIMS Certified

National Institute for Metalworking Skills

NIMS accreditation is the nation's only distinction for excellence in metalworking training as based on NIMS industry-written, industry-approved skills standards. Accredited programs demonstrate the ability to produce skilled, work-ready individuals that fulfill industry's 21st Century workforce needs.

NIMS sets industry skills standards, certifies individual skills against the standards, accredits training programs that meet NIMS quality requirements, and promotes innovative solutions, such as competency-based apprenticeship, to connect credentialed and work-ready individuals with employers.

Our mission is to provide world-class, industry-developed and validated, competency-based skill standards, credentials, and training frameworks that enable collaboration between educators, manufacturers, policy makers, and community-based organizations in a joint effort to increase the skills of the manufacturing workforce.