Welding/Fabrication - Faculty

Charles Haus
Welding Instructor

CHaus@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-5111

Office: 1-351
Charles Haus, Welding Instructor Chuck Haus has been an instructor in the Welding/Fabrication Program at SCTCC since August of 2008. Chuck is a graduate of the 1992 SCTCC Welding/Fabrication Program, holds a B.S. in Career and Technical Education and M.S. in Education: Teaching, Learning & Leadership. His in-field work experiences consist of employment in the areas of fabrication and inspection, including Bridge Components, Overhead Cranes, Agricultural Equipment, and Large Structural Steel. Some of his continued education includes: AWS-Certified Welding Inspector, Lean Manufacturing, ISO-9001, and Training With-in Industry.

"My career history as a Welder, Inspector, Lead Person, Supervisor, and Instructor has given me great opportunities to train, mentor, and teach employees, co-workers, and now welding students."

Fall 2019 Courses:
Arc Welding Processes I, Basic Metal Joining and Fabrication, Metallurgy & Safety in Fabrication, Print Reading & Math Applications, Thermal Welding and Cutting Process, Welding for Work and Leisure

Spring 2020 Courses:
Arc Welding Processes I, Arc Welding Processes II, Fabrication Print Reading, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Robotics, Inspection, and Testing, Thermal Welding and Cutting Process

Eric McAllister
Welding Instructor

EMcAllister@sctcc.edu
(320) 308-5931

Office: 1-365
Eric McAllister, Welding Instructor Eric began his welding career as a post-secondary student in the welding program at SCTCC. After a successful career in manufacturing which began as a production welder, and advanced into management he received many additional certifications including the Certified Welding Inspector and Certified Welding Educator.

Looking for a new challenge, he transitioned back to SCTCC to teach and instruct the newest generation of welders and prepare them for employment and success using 21st Century technology and approaches.

In addition to his role as welding instructor, Eric also stays current and relevant in industry by providing training to a great many manufacturing companies through SCTCC's Customized Technology. His rewarding career with the college and the newest generation of welders has now spanned a gratifying decade, and he looks forward to working with his co-instructor to make the SCTCC's Welding Program the very best it can be.

Spring 2020 Courses:
Arc Welding Processes I, Basic Metal Joining and Fabrication, Metallurgy & Safety in Fabrication, Print Reading & Math Applications, Thermal Welding and Cutting Process, Welding for Work and Leisure