Noregon announces new enrollments in its Education Program, a free service for diesel programs that gives institutions and its students training resources and access to the leading diagnostic and repair applications they will use in their careers.
The following schools recently enrolled in the Education Program:
Valley Career and Technical Center – Valley Tech in Fishersville, Virginia, has a rich tradition of training the next wave of technicians. In its 17-year history, the ASE accredited program boasts an 80% job placement rate and has produced three national finalists in the SkillsUSA competition.
Mid-America Technology Center – Located in Wayne, Oklahoma, MATC has an impressive 50-year history of placing graduates in some of the top fleets and service centers in the country. Evident by the forty students enrolled each semester, this popular program effectively recruits and trains future top technicians.
Auto Diesel Institute of Michigan – The Auto Diesel Institute of Michigan is a state-of-the-art program with the facilities and resources to match. Housed in a 43,000 square-foot facility, enrolled students benefit from five classrooms, two labs, and a staff of ASE master certified instructors leading the way.
In addition to free software and discounted hardware, Noregon says it provides enrolled schools with access to their JPRO Certification program that supplies training materials, videos, quizzes, and a final exam that earns the student official certification status. Each student receives a JPRO license that lets them connect to a virtual truck and simulate a live connection, therefore empowering students to study and hone their diagnostic skills outside of the classroom, Noregon says.
As part of the Education Program, Noregon says it also awards scholarships each semester for which any student in an enrolled program can apply.
For more information, visit the Noregon website or contact their team of US-based experts at 855-889-5776.