AUBURN — The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation has granted reaccreditation to the Automotive Technology program at Central Maine Community College.

The NATEF visiting team noted that the automotive program at CMCC excelled in the following areas:

• equipment available for learning;

• the technical credentials of the faculty; and

• the use of the Ford ASSET model to get students into the work force early.

The associate degree automotive programs at CMCC are designed to prepare highly skilled technicians for an ever-expanding and challenging automotive industry. Students learn in a variety of environments, including the classroom, laboratories and shops, while planning and performing practical job service.

Automotive dealerships, service stations, companies with large vehicle fleets and automotive parts supply stores are typical employers of program graduates.


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