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June 22, 2004
Gwinnett Technical College Gears Up General Automotive Program
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has identified the shortage of automotive technicians at nearly 35,000 nationwide through the year 2010. In fact, in a time when hiring is just slightly on the rise in most industries, auto dealers are desperately seeking qualified workers for thousands of unfilled career positions.
Therefore, it’s no wonder Gwinnett Technical College has had an overwhelming number of applicants for its general automotive program. The interest has been so overwhelming, in fact, that the college is doubling its course offerings this fall.
Offered only in the evenings for the past seven or eight years, Gwinnett Tech is expanding its general automotive program to include day classes in addition to the evening classes, so “students aren’t restricted to just 6-10:30pm any more,” says Monroe Sorton, who will be overseeing the general automotive program at Gwinnett Tech. “They can now adjust their schedule to meet their needs, day or night.”
Students who earn a degree, diploma or certificate in the general automotive program can start their careers as general automotive techs, basic automotive techs, brake and front end specialists, transmission specialists, air conditioning and electrical specialists, engine specialists, computer systems specialists, service advisors, service writers, or parts specialists, for example. “Technical skills and knowledge can go a long way,” says Sorton. “These students will qualify to work for a dealership, an independent shop or pursue their own business.”
For more information, contact the general automotive program at Gwinnett Tech, 770.962.7580 x261.
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Gwinnett Technical College, one of Georgia's largest technical colleges, serves more than 21,000 students annually to meet the workforce training needs of the region. The college offers more than 50 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs and hundreds of seminars, workshops and courses providing specialized training. Gwinnett Tech’s service area includes Gwinnett and North Fulton counties. Gwinnett Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or callÂ 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Gwinnett Technical College.Â In addition, some college programs hold separate licensure or accreditation status with appropriate agencies. For more information, visitÂ www.GwinnettTech.edu.
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