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OFTC Commercial Truck Driving Program Receives Safety Cameras
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OFTC Commercial Truck Driving Program Receives Safety Cameras

The Commercial Truck Driving Program at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) is the recipient of six (6) Blind Spot Cameras which were donated in memory of Paul Edward Irvin and George Dewey Irvin, Jr.

 

A fund was established through the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. by the family of the two individuals. The funds donated by family and friends were designated to the Trades and Industrial /Transportation Department. The cameras provide a safety feature to student drivers as they become trained in the Commercial Truck Driving program at OFTC.

 

“We are delighted to receive the Blind Spot Camera System," commented Roy Williams, Dean of the Trades and Industrial/Transportation programs. "The safety of our students, instructors, and those traveling on the road is very important to us. This system allows the instructor to see the same thing the student sees from the driver’s seat. It also allows the instructor to help guide and keep the student out of dangerous situations. These cameras are a huge asset to the program.”

 

The installation of the camera system was completed by students enrolled in the Electronics Technology programs at OFTC and was supervised by their instructor, Lee Radney.

 

The OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide resources for the students, faculty, and staff at Oconee Fall Line Technical College.

 

For information on contributing to the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc., please contact Jenny Shuman at jshuman@oftc.edu or 478-296-6117.

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