ASE training program

CDX Automotive and MAVCC, a MultiState Curriculum Consortium and provider of career and technical curriculum materials, are joining forces to offer a new medium/heavy truck technician training program. Completion of the program, which includes online coursework, student guides and workbooks, and teacher edition CD-ROMs, will allow technicians to meet National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence

CDX Automotive and MAVCC, a MultiState Curriculum Consortium and provider of career and technical curriculum materials, are joining forces to offer a new medium/heavy truck technician training program. Completion of the program, which includes online coursework, student guides and workbooks, and teacher edition CD-ROMs, will allow technicians to meet National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) program certification standards.

“This partnership represents our complete commitment to automotive training and education,” said Tim Spurlock, CDX vice president of business development. “Using the award-winning CDX Know, See, Do Prove instructional model, our goal is to provide the most relevant automotive education in the marketplace. With CDX, we know we have a system that works, and our partnership with MAVCC expands our combined reach dramatically.”

This first collaboration is based on MAVCC's Diesel Technology Series. The complete teaching and learning system, including the online modules built by CDX, will be released in phases beginning this summer. CDX is now selling the MAVCC Diesel Technology Series through the website of parent company Jones & Bartlett Learning.

“We are pleased to be working with CDX and believe our combined resources and expertise will provide a dynamic learning system that helps prepare students for success as heavy vehicle truck technicians,” said Jane Huston, MAVCC executive director.
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