The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) has honored the “top ten” users of its S/P2 e-learning program among General Motors ASEP schools.
These schools received certificates of recognition at the 2006 IAGMASEP Conference, which was held in November in Portland, Oregon:
1. Community College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada
2. Cuyamaca College, El Cajon, California.
3. Des Moines Area Community College, Ankeny, Iowa
4. San Jacinto College, Pasadena, Texas
5. Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton, Wisconsin
6. Delta College, University Center, Michigan
7. Guilford Technical Community College, Jamestown, N.C.
8. Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, Texas
9. Southeast Community College, Milford, Nebraska
10. Florida Community College, Jacksonville, Florida
“Congratulations to these schools that use S/P2 and help to keep our GM ASEP students safe,” said Larry Adams, IAGMASEP president. Adams is an Automotive Service Technology Instructor at Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon.
The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) is a strategic alliance between students, GM, GM dealers, ACDelco TSS service centers and more than 80 colleges and universities in North America. Since 1979, General Motors’ commitment to identify and support GM ASEP colleges and universities has produced over 13,000 graduate service technicians. S/P2 has been a part of the curriculum for ASEP schools since 2003.
“I congratulate CCAR’s ‘Top Ten’ GM ASEP colleges,” said Robert J. Slovey, national ASEP/AYES manager, General Motors Service Operations, Warren, Michigan. “This college team continues to exceed the standard in providing GM technician training in the areas of workplace safety and pollution prevention. It’s this kind of commitment that makes safer workers and safer environments for the world in which we live.”
CCAR offers S/P2 free of charge to automotive training programs, and more than 2,000 schools across the U.S. are currently enrolled. For business and school users, the S/P2 courseware tracks technician/student progress through the training, grades tests and is regularly updated as changes occur in federal and state laws.