Six students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Technical High School in Westford, MA, recently passed the four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment.
From the Westford Eagle website:
Bryan Moran, a senior of Westford, along with five other students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, passed all four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment, or NA3SA, necessary to become auto-repair professionals.
The four core components are suspension and steering; brakes; electrical/electronic systems; and engine performance. Other components in which students may test include engine repair; automatic transmission and transaxle; manual drive train and axles; and hearing and air conditioning.