NAFTC to host autogas training courses in Ohio, Michigan

July 1, 2016 By    
NAFTC, autogas automotive training

NAFTC’s propane autogas vehicle technician training course teaches individuals how to service autogas vehicles.
Photo courtesy of NAFTC.

The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) plans to host propane autogas vehicle technician training courses this August in Ohio and Michigan.

NAFTC will host a training course Aug. 9-11 in Lima, Ohio, and Aug. 23-25 in New Hudson, Mich. An expert from Roush CleanTech plans to present on the final day of the Ohio training session, and an expert from Icom North America plans to present on the final day of the Michigan training session.

The free three-day training course teaches automotive instructors, technicians and fleet managers how to service and maintain vehicles that run on propane autogas. The Propane Education & Research Council funded the development of the training in partnership with NAFTC.

Propane marketers interested in attending are encouraged to bring an automotive technician with them. According to NAFTC, interested marketers or technicians should register for these courses soon, with only 25 slots available for each course.

NAFTC’s courses educate automotive technicians about propane characteristics, fuel systems, vehicle compatibility, system components and safety.

NAFTC, a program of West Virginia University, is a nationwide fuel and advanced technology vehicle training organization, offering 35 courses and workshops. A full list of NAFTC’s upcoming courses is available online.

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