Business, Engineering & Industrial Technology
BEIT Division Dean
James E. Dye, Jr.
(276)964-7277, Davis Hall Room 226
- Business, Engineering & Industrial Technology Home
- Adventure Tourism & Outdoor Recreation (ATOR) Programs & Activities
- AWS Accredited Test Facility
- Career Services
- Certified Welder Tests & Training
- Virtual Cybersecurity Center
- Governor's School for Science & Technology
- Metalworking Skills Accreditation - NIMS
- The REDI Center assists displaced workers in jobs training.
Loretta Beavers, Management
Michael Brown, Outdoor Recreation & Information Systems Tech
Charles Bundy, Information Technology
Crystal Dye, Information Systems Tech.
Margaret Dye, Accounting, Business Administration
Brian Hale, Engineering
Steven Olinger, Machining
Janet Rowell, Information Systems Tech
At SWCC's AWS ATF (American Welding Society Accredited Test Facility), an AWS Certified Welding Inspector is available to certify in a variety of weld processes. Your welding credentials received at SWCC’s AWS ATF are nationally recognized.
SWCC offers low cost testing & student discounted rates along with a free skills evaluation. Download a price list for Certified Welder Tests.Certified Welding Test Information
Advanced Manufacturing Training is available through fast-track cohorts for Welding, SIEMENS Mechatronics & Precision Machining . For more information contact (276)964-7277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The REDI Center at SWCC is funded by The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The REDI Center helps laid off coal miners and dislocated supply chain workers who have been impacted by the downturn in the coal energy sector.
Fast-track training opportunities as well as short-term training for industry recognized credentials such as CDL, AWS (American Welding Society), and NIMS (National Institute for Metal-Working Skills) are available. Most program options can be completed in as little as 1-6 months.
Adventure Tourism & Outdoor Recreation
Visit the Adventure Tourism & Outdoor Recreation Programs (ATOR) website for more information, contact email@example.com or call (276)964.7277.
Disclaimer: Must meet eligibility requirements. Funded by the POWER-RESOURCE FULL National Dislocated Worker Grant (NDWG) Project and the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act.
These activities & events are available to anyone and include outdoor recreation classes such as backpacking, kayaking, mountain biking among others. Find out details and sign up for an activity at the ATOR website today
Southwest Adventure Team, Michael Brown, James Dye, Advisers. Contact: (276)964-7277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SWAT meets weekly in DA120
$5 membership dues paid each year. Open to students, faculty & staff. Like us on Facebook!
The Southwest Adventure Team is a school sponsored, student-led group dedicated to having fun in the great outdoors. If you want to hike, canoe, kayak, backpack, mountain bike, snowboard, or just spend time in the great outdoors – this is the club for you! We practice, “safety first” and “leave nothing but footprints” values and we also include a few tips on outdoor survival skills, map reading/GPS and first-aid. Consider joining the Southwest Adventure Team for fun and adventure. Potential trips can include: Hikes to the Channels - Hikes around Hidden Lake - Kayaking / Canoeing Hidden Lake - The rock wall and rock climbing - Mountain biking - Hikes along the Appalachian Trail - Spelunking