Western Wyoming Community College

Friday, June 16th, 2017 Wyoming

NAFTC National Training Center Profile

The automotive field offers you endless opportunities for employment. Because the need for mechanics is high, companies are offering higher wages and better benefits. At the same time, the automotive jobs of today require a higher level of skill in technology, computers, and problem-solving than in the past. Our program will prepare you and challenge you to attain these skills– both basic and advanced skills in the most up-to-date facility in this part of the country.

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technology Certificate
Certificates are typically short, concentrated programs of study, within a particular field, ranging from 14 credits to 40. Many are designed to develop the core job skills for a particular business or industry in one year or less of full-time enrollment. Although these are not intended to be transfer programs, some students transfer to specialized schools or programs.

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Contact Information

Primary Contact

Tracey Hind
2500 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Email: thind@wwcc.wy.edu
Phone: (307) 382-1881