Central Oregon Community College will receive a portion of a $3 million grant to support EV tech training.
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NWACA's inaugural Collision Training Expo last month welcomed collision shops for a full day of training, now sets eye on next year.
15 new two-year college EV technician programs will be started and certified by providing instructors and supplying necessary testing equipment.
Sixty students from nine Oregon high schools competed in the automotive technology tests.
In response to member input, the all-new and all-day Collision Training Expo will feature classes on ADAS, blueprinting, diagnostics, welding and more — open to all.
The acquisition marks the 22nd and 23rd shops owned by Puget Collision throughout Washington and Oregon.
Legislation creates an unwaivable warranty for recent used car purchases that malfunction or breakdown.