New Certification For BOCES Automotive Students -

New Certification For BOCES Automotive Students

Automotive technology instructors at Jefferson-Lewis BOCES in Watertown and Glenfield, New York, have completed the necessary training to label both technical centers as Hunter certified training facilities.

screen-shot-2016-09-09-at-7-47-52-amAutomotive technology instructors at Jefferson-Lewis BOCES in Watertown and Glenfield, New York, have completed the necessary training to label both technical centers as Hunter certified training facilities.

From Brian Dwyer’s article on the Time Warner Cable News website:

The Automotive Technology classes at Jefferson-Lewis BOCES in Watertown and Glenfield now have additional certification to help students learn their craft and prepare them for employment in the field.

Instructors Randy Fulkerson, Charles H. Bohlen, Jr. Technical Center, and David Brancheau, Howard G. Sackett Technical Center, have both completed the necessary training to label both technical centers as certified training facilities through the Hunter Engineering Company.

The process began during the summer. Both Mr. Fulkerson and Mr. Brancheau attended what were described as rigorous training courses needed to earn the certification. The training involved a combination of classroom and hands on work. Passing several written tests and hands on tasks was required to earn certification.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the Jefferson-Lewis BOCES automotive technology classes on the Time Warner Cable News website.

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