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Tacoma workshop offers training to develop SAE certification in high-voltage, high-pressure systems

Scholarships are available to technicians, shop owners, fleet managers or instructors; Green Transportation Summit & Expo, April 13-15, has new focus on heavy-duty diesel reductions in major fleets

Tacoma, Wash.—As the 10th annual Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE) approaches, Ken Mays, of Central Oregon Community College, reported he has 15 scholarships available to attend a workshop that he and other industry experts will be conducting, according to the Northwest Automotive Trades Association (NATA).

Ken Mays, professor and director of Automotive Technology, Central Oregon Community College

The course, “Method to Create an SAE Certification for Technicians Working with High Voltage and High Pressure Systems,” covers advanced vehicle technician standards for such systems, advanced training and national certification, and standards for autonomous vehicle systems.

Mays, who is a professor and director of Automotive Technology, stated that the scholarships are available to technicians, shop owners, fleet managers or instructors. The half-day, hands-on workshop focuses on creating an SAE certification for technicians working with high-voltage and higher-pressure systems.

The workshop takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 13, at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center, prior to GTSE. Click here for more details about the workshop and complete event, and email Mays if interested in a scholarship to attend the pre-conference workshop.

Register for the 2020 GTSE, April 13-15
The region’s 10th annual GTSE breaks into new space with the inclusion of the U.S. EPA’s West Coast Collaborative Partner’s Meeting, focusing on heavy-duty diesel reductions in major fleets across the continent.

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WHAT: 10th annual Green Transportation Summit & Expo
WHEN: April 13-15
WHERE: Greater Tacoma Convention Center
MORE INFO: Click here
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This year’s GTSE offers fleet technician training and general educational opportunities with sessions and seminars tailored to fleets and clean transportation stakeholders from the Pacific Northwest and across the country. GTSE maintains its staple fleet-focus as the intersection of policy, technology, practice and the future of mobility with a regional focus but using a national lens.

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