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Hancock students achieved Industry Certification in Engineering


                                                                    From left: Gavin May, John Gammon, Conner Merritt, Sam Walz, Paul Han, Christian Sanders and Jake Frames.


These Hancock County High School students achieved Industry Certification in Engineering by passing the Autodesk Inventor Certified User Assessment.

Earning Autodesk Certified User (ACU) certifications verifies that they have the essential Autodesk software skills and industry knowledge to start a career in Engineering Design.

One of the highest priorities at Hancock County High School is to give students marketable skills. “We offer certification to try to put skills in our students’ back pockets. We want them to be able to walk into a job with a nationally recognized certification so the employer knows the student has the skills to do the appropriate level of work,” said Larry Mattingly, Engineering Instructor.

An Autodesk Inventor Certified User certification demonstrates entry-level knowledge that includes creating, modifying, formatting, and sharing 2D sketches, creating parts, viewing, and animating assemblies, creating presentations and drawings, etc.  Test Administrator was Mrs. Kelly White.

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