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I enrolled in a cabinetmaking class at the local votech school and started 8 Jan, using the VA's VRAP program (Veterans Retraining Assistance Program). Two weeks after I started class, we were informed that the cabinetmaking/carpentry class would be shut down at the end of the school year (May).
Just found out this morning that the VA will allow me to move to a different class since, 1. I am early in the training, 2. the core book (safety, etc.) is used in all the 'trades' classes, and 3. it's not my fault that I need to change courses. So, Monday evening I start in the welding course.
That was the class that I originally wanted to take but I don't really want to get into it as deep as they do in this 1 year course. Also, when I was first signing up for a class, there were 40 people on the waiting list to get into welding. Don't know where they all went!! But, I would jump ahead of most of them because they are 'prospective' student and I am an 'active' student needing to move to a different class.
So, maybe my next home made implement will look a lot better (thankfully, you can't see the welds in these photos, cause they are really ugly!!)
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