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This year, Engineering students at The Episcopal School of Dallas have had the opportunity to earn industrial certifications in different areas. These certifications measure competency in an occupation, and they validate the knowledge base and skills that show mastery in a particular industry. Five ESD students have completed three industrial certifications this year! 

Congratulations to Owen Aston '20Aidan Hieber '20Reece Huggard '21Braden Montgomery '20, and Garrett Seymour '20 for completing:

  • OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) 10 Hour General Industry Safety
  • ISCET (International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians) ESA-1 (DC Theory)
  • ISCET (International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians) ESA-2 (AC Theory)

"This is the first time the engineering program will have met its strategic goal of students earning three industrial certifications before graduation," said Upper School Engineering and Robotics teacher Barton Burnett. "I have already been asked by one of them if they can earn more."

Keep up the great work, Eagles!