Tri-County’s Electrical Wiring Technology career program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become apprentice electricians or to go on to further their education in electrical engineering or related fields.
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is pleased to announce it has been awarded $123,115 from the 2019 Massachusetts Skills Capital Grant to expand its Metal Fabrication program. The grant will allow integration opportunities between the Engineering and Metal Fabrication career programs.
Dennis Donahue, a senior from Franklin in the Early Education career program at Tri-County Regional was recently honored for becoming an Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouts.
Colonel David Gavigan of Bristol County Sheriff’s Department came to Tri-County to teach the Grade 10 Medical Careers students a first-aid program called, “Until Help Arrives”.
Auto Collision Career Program students at the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School have given a Town of Seekonk fire pickup truck a breadth of life by fully restoring it to its pristine condition. The Auto Collision students were challenged with taking the 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck, that was delivered to Tri-County the color white with many dents
FRANKLIN, MA – When a hostile situation occurs, speed of entry may be the most important aspect to gain control and ensure optimal safety. Tactical entry equipment, also known as Battering Rams, allow police to quickly gain access to both criminals and to victims during rescue operations.