Suffolk County Community College Adds Fiat Chrysler Training

Suffolk County Community College Adds Fiat Chrysler Training

Students at Suffolk County Community College will now be able to receive Chrysler Fiat training certification.

Students at Suffolk County Community College will now be able to receive Chrysler Fiat training certification.

From Claude Solnik’s article on the Long Island Business News website:

Suffolk County Community College is adding training for Fiat Chrysler to its automotive technology program.

The school said students in the program can acquire a Chrysler-Fiat training certification for employment in Fiat Chrysler Automobile dealerships and elsewhere.

“We want to make sure the dealerships have the requisite training,” SCCC President Shaun McKay said of the addition.

Suffolk County Community College offers an associates degree in Automotive Technology certified by the National Automotive Technician’s Education Foundation.

Click HERE to read the entire article about Suffolk County Community College’s automotive technology program on the Long Island Business News website.

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