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Hunterdon County Polytech Automotive Technology students contest in automobile …

Hunterdon County Polytech Automotive Technology students, Dan Bowlby and Tyler Golis competed in a second foe this year and won second place during a Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association (GLVADA) on Feb. 14. (courtesy photo)
 

After finishing third during a Universal Technical Institute’s Top Tech Challenge in January, Automotive Technology students, Dan Bowlby and Tyler Golis competed in their second foe this year and won second place during a Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association (GLVADA) on Feb. 14.

Dan and Tyler worked as a group to diagnose and correct a pre-set faults in a 2015 Toyota Corolla regulating complicated technology, including scanners and laptops. To use for this competition, Bennett Toyota of Allentown, Pennsylvania loaned a same make and indication automobile to a school.

In a initial half of a competition, there were 6 evidence stations a students had to work by including a Toyota Information System (TIS), handle correct and soldering, engine measurement, stop measurement, electrical, and a use of an Oscilloscope to appreciate analog and digital waveforms. For a second half, a students achieved a Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) on a vehicle, that enclosed a reserve check, and to diagnose a repairs from that reserve check.

Each tyro was offering a 25% rebate in fee from both Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and Automotive Training Center (ATC), and a prize for a Automotive Technology Program. Dan and Tyler, both seniors from Hunterdon Central, haven’t motionless that propagandize they would like to attend after graduation. “Dan and Tyler have a good work ethic and intensity for success in a industry”, pronounced Scheuerman, their Automotive Technology Instructor.

High School students meddlesome in a career in a automotive record margin are speedy to enroll in a two-year Automotive Technology ASE-NATEF Certified Program. The module provides students a event to surpass in specialized training in a state-of-the-art use shop. Upon graduation, students can continue their preparation by holding advantage of a horde of automotive adult preparation courses by Adult Continuing Education, or obtain an Automotive Apprenticeship Certificate of Completion from a U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship Training.

To learn some-more about a automotive programs, go to www.hcpolytech.org, perspective a Automotive Technology video on You Tube, or email Scheuerman during [email protected] For a adult automotive courses hit [email protected], or call 908-788-1119, ext. 2009.

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