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NEW TEACHER RESOURCE! INTRODUCTION TO PHASE CONVERTERS FOR WOODWORKING SHOPS (PDF)

AWFS PowerPoint Presentations

Careers-in-the-Wood-Related-Industries-300x225Careers in the Wood-Related Industries – This PowerPoint presentation profiles actual job positions in the industry as well as related industry facts and a sampling of job salaries. The presentation is available in a short and long version, in the following formats:

 

SHORT VERSION

Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Version 2003 and earlier (.ppt) (7 MB)
Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Version 2007 and later (.pptx) (6 MB)

LONG VERSION

Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Version 2003 and earlier (.ppt), with a link to a video on You Tube (14 MB)
Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Version 2007 and later (.pptx), with a link to a video on You Tube (12 MB)
Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Version 2007 and later (.pptx), with video embedded (NOTE: This will be a large 70 MB file)

A note for teachers on the PowerPoint:
Useful presenter notes are included with many of the slides. You may be able to set up Dual Display, where your students can see the full screen presentation and you can view the slides with the slide notes (“presenter view”). If you are not familiar with this process, review this document: How to Show Power Point in Dual Screen.

Before you begin the LONG VERSION of the presentation…please note there is a video on slide 82. If using one of the versions above with the You Tube link to the video, it is recommended that you open the video in You Tube and have it ready to play prior to beginning the presentation, when you get to the slide you can minimize the PPT and directly access the video.

Other AWFS PowerPoint Presentations

Manufacturing Summit presentation at the California Educating for Careers conference (March 2016)

“Careers in Manufacturing” PowerPoint for NY State Counselors – click here! (Dec 2015)

Attending the AWFS Fair – learn about the AWFS Fair features and benefits to attending. (Jan 2015)

Handouts/Resources (PDFs)

Introduction to Phase Converters for Woodworking Shops (April 2017)
Avoid Dust Collector Misapplications in High School Woodworking Shops  (June 2016)
Green Building/Sustainability Resources (REV Sept 2013)
Glossary of Green Building/Sustainability Terms (REV Sept 2013)
Woodworking students…your future is bright! (Sept 2013)
Wood Manufacturing Technology Glossary
 (July 2012)
Industry/Education Events and Organizations (July 2012)
Careers List (July 2012)
What’s in Store for Wood Tech Students after High School? (July 2012)

Any questions? Contact Adria Torrez, AWFS Education Director at (323) 215-0311 or adria@awfs.org

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