High School Automotive Students Earn ASE Certifications through PCC

Two PCC Automotive Technology students earned certifications from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) in Steering and Suspension.

Mitchell Partridge (left) is a senior at Norwich High School and Tanner Clark (right) is a senior at Kingman High School.

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Both are taking Career Technical Education (CTE) courses through Pratt Community College, which allow students the opportunity to get a jump start on a career by earning college credit and certifications while still in high school.

PCC Automotive Technology instructor Tyler Wells facilitates the program at Kingman High School.

“I am very proud of these students and their efforts to obtain this certification. This will help them to further their careers as technicians and I am excited to see what else they will achieve in the industry.”

ASE Certifications are an important and trusted addition to a resume, especially as the automotive field evolves as vehicles get more complex and the technology changes.

CTE Welding Technology students at Kingman High School also earned OSHA 10 certifications through Pratt Community College.

See CTE Automotive students in action on video on our Automotive Technology program page.

Interested in seeing other CTE fields of study at PCC? Visit our College Start-College Credit for High School Students program page.