Four County instructors take part in Work Experience program


Eric Eisel, Auto Collision Repair instructor, left, at Childress Collision in Delta with Jeff Entenmann, owner.

Eric Eisel, Auto Collision Repair instructor, left, at Childress Collision in Delta with Jeff Entenmann, owner.


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Four County Career Center instructors are eligible to participate in a Work Experience program sponsored by the Career Center. This is designed to keep career and technical training programs up-to-date with state-of-the-art technology.

Instructors have the opportunity to participate with a local employer in an internship experience in the career and technical area of their expertise. Following their internship time, the instructors include the up-to-date training methods into their curriculum to give the best possible education to students attending the Career Center.

The local internship site is not responsible for wages to instructors during their training. Through these types of partnerships with local businesses, Four County Career Center exists to serve the people of northwest Ohio.

One example is Eric Eisel, Auto Collision Repair instructor, who had the opportunity to work at Childress Collision in Delta. Eisel will utilize the training he received to train the students at the Career Center how to use new types of materials and products and getting acquainted with the assembly of newer vehicles.

Eric Eisel, Auto Collision Repair instructor, left, at Childress Collision in Delta with Jeff Entenmann, owner.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/06/web1_2022-summer-work-experience-Eisel.jpgEric Eisel, Auto Collision Repair instructor, left, at Childress Collision in Delta with Jeff Entenmann, owner. Photo provided