Tony Harris-Kluke, 24 from Aylmer acknowledges the support of his wife and their three kids for helping him go back to school and excel in the welding program. Tony who has grown up in a family very involved in all aspects of the construction industry has brought these experiences and skills to a new trade and never looked back. Tony’s teachers are happy to recommend him as one of their stronger students and are confident that whatever employer hires Tony will have found a talented and professional welder. “I enjoyed learning the blueprints module because it gives you the skills to start a project and plan it out fully”. Tony identifies his inner competitive spirit to do well as the main driving force behind his ambition. “I want to have a good career and settle down with a steady income”. Tony appreciates the expertise of his teachers and the new welding facilities which make the WQCC a great learning environment.