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Precision is the name of the game in HEMO

Spring has sprung and the students in Oswego County BOCES’ Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Operations program are ready work in the dirt!

Pictured are Oswego County BOCES Adult Education students Leroy Rayner, left, and Dan Kidd participating in hands-on exercise in their HEMO class. The pair is utilizing a transit level to measure the depth of a path dug by a classmate operating a dozer during a grading and level exercise.
Pictured are Oswego County BOCES Adult Education students Leroy Rayner, left, and Dan Kidd participating in hands-on exercise in their HEMO class. The pair is utilizing a transit level to measure the depth of a path dug by a classmate operating a dozer during a grading and level exercise.

The curriculum for the HEMO program is aligned with the National Utility Contractors Association, and provides Adult Education students an opportunity to prepare for careers in the commercial and/or residential construction industry through classroom and hands-on training.

For more information about the HEMO program or other programs offered through the Adult Education Department, visit www.OswegoBOCES.org or call (315) 963-4256.