CCC&TI Automotive Systems Technology Program Partnering With Subaru

CCC&TI Automotive Systems Technology Program Partnering With Subaru

The partnership will help prepare students for jobs servicing Subaru vehicles.

The partnership will help prepare students for jobs servicing Subaru vehicles.

From an article on the website:

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Automotive Systems Technology Program is partnering with Subaru of America to expand its curriculum.

The partnership will allow CCC&TI’s already nationally accredited automotive systems curriculum to also include Subaru’s web-based, manufacturer-specific vehicle systems training. The additional training will better prepare CCC&TI students for possible employment with a Subaru retailer or with any automotive service center that performs work on Subaru vehicles.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the partnership between the CCC&TI Automotive Systems Technology Program and Subaru of America on the website.

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