The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) has launched a new, free Propane Vehicle Technician Training course. Recognizing a need for qualified technicians to adapt, service, and maintain these vehicles, the comprehensive course covers topics including propane characteristics, fuel systems, vehicle compatibility, system components, and safety. By the end of the three-day course, participants will have an in-depth understanding of servicing and maintaining these vehicles.
Space is limited. Register to attend the new Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training at this FREE session in Oklahoma City:
April 25-27 — Oklahoma City Community College
April 28 — Oklahoma City Community College training on Oklahoma gaseous fuel technician certification.*
April 29 — Oklahoma City Community College certification exam for Oklahoma gaseous fuel technicians.*
IMPORTANT: Training is only available to professional automotive technicians who have experience in fuel and electrical systems, and driveability.
Couse Instruction Includes:
Classroom Work • Participant Manual • Presentations • Videos • Hands-On Shop Activities • Handouts • Practical Exercises • Surveys
If you have questions about the Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training, please call Micheal Smyth – NAFTC Assistant Director, Curriculum Development and Training, at (304) 293-7882 or visit propaneautogastraining.com. For complete details and to register, view the training schedule.
*Additional training opportunities available for Oklahoma residents or those working in Oklahoma, for a fee. If interested, contact John Claybon, Director of the Professional Development Institute at Oklahoma City Community College: 405-682-7855.