Polytech congratulates Tyler Golis and Dan Bowlby, Automotive Technologies students, for fixation third during a Northampton Community College Skills Contest on Mar 11. Tyler and Dan any perceived a $2,000 Northampton Community College scholarship, and a Snap-On ¼” Drive Set.
To validate for this high turn competition, a students took an examination in Jan and out of 200 students, they were among a tip 12 that done it to a finals. The students worked as a team, diagnosing a vehicular faults during 6 workstations in engine repair, electrical, PA state inspection, stop measurement, check engine light, and use information.
With this foe behind them, Dan and Tyler are now focusing on a Ford AAA competition, that will be hold during a Monmouth Mall on May 7. The students will have 90 mins to diagnose preset faults in a 2015 Ford Fiesta. They have been training on a Ford Fiesta that was donated for this purpose by Ditschman/Flemington Ford. If a students place 1st during this competition, they will go on an all-expense paid outing to Dearborn, Mich., to contest and paint New Jersey during a nationals. “These competitions concede us to learn some-more by regulating a skills as we are receiving additional diagnosis and correct training with Mr. Scheuermann. Each foe gives us a larger bargain of what to demeanour for as we swell to any event”, pronounced Dan.
Tyler and Dan are also looking brazen to participating in a CARS Program in May. This is a one-week internship and mentoring module where a students work a 40-hour week during a Flemington Car Truck Country dealership directly in a emporium with a mentor. The students are afterwards evaluated by their mentors, graded on their skills and workmanship, and have a event to win awards. After graduation in a spring, Tyler and Dan will both pursue a automotive margin with skeleton to specialize in diesel mechanics and performance.
High propagandize students meddlesome in a career in a automotive record margin are speedy to enroll in Polytech’s 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 US Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship Training.
To learn some-more about a automotive programs, go to www.hcpolytech.org, perspective their 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. 2007.