NAFTC Updates

Where Does a Year Go?

Where Does a Year Go?

By Micheal Smyth, Interim Director  As 2019 begins, I’d like to wish you and yours a terrific new year. The staff of the NAFTC and I are grateful for your support and hope 2019 brings many fine adventures your way! Speaking of 2019, here’s what the NAFTC is up to …

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Looks Like a Busy Autumn

Looks Like a Busy Autumn

Summer is traditionally the busiest travel season. But for the NAFTC crew, the road trip never lets up, and later this fall we have a couple destinations where we hope to see you. Read on for all the details. California Dreaming Our first stop on the autumn road trip is …

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Onward

Onward

Isn’t it amazing what can happen in 12 months? About a year ago, the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) had just said goodbye to two long-time employees. In May 2017, Assistant Director Judy Moore relocated to a new job in Nicholas County, West Virginia, where she was born and …

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NAFTC Adds Newly-Designed Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer to Upcoming Trainings

NAFTC Adds Newly-Designed Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer to Upcoming Trainings

To understand how to repair a vehicle, you need to see how it works. In December of 2017, the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) received a training tool to assist in the education of automotive technicians on maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing propane autogas vehicles. The Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer …

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Training Resource Gets a One-of-a-Kind Makeover

Training Resource Gets a One-of-a-Kind Makeover

The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium and ICOM North America, a leader in propane autogas conversion systems have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind vehicle and an investment for future NAFTC students. This summer, ICOM converted the NAFTC Hybrid Electric Vehicle Training Educator to run on propane autogas in addition …

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