MotorHeadline: Automotive training center coming to downtown Augusta
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This is good news on many levels. Really glad to see the vacant property on Walton Way put to such good use.
Get kids out of the frolic of high school and into this program early if they have the aptitude for it.
This program will be available to high school students through the “Move on when ready” program.
A good career path if the people have a mechanical aptitude. Can make a good living once certified.
Excellent idea that needs to be expanded into other mechanical trades
Good mechanics are needed everywhere. Hopefully they will be training for EV and Hybrid vehicles also. If you want to see a great mechanic at work, on you tube go to Rainman Rays Repairs. This guy is a whizz with a Scan Tool.