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PCC Automotive Program Expands to Kingman

18 August 2020

The Pratt Community College Automotive Technology program has recently expanded to Kingman, Kan. PCC Automotive Technology now has three locations: the main campus on Pratt, the South Central Career Pathways center in Attica, and the newly established Kingman High School location. Courses that will be offered are Engine Performance 1, Electrical 1, Steering and Suspension 1, Steering and Suspension 2, Brakes 1 and Brakes 2. All course offerings count for college credit and are transferable to any vocational school in the state of Kansas. All courses also lead to ASE certification.

PCC Hires Automotive Instructor for Shop in Attica

20 June 2019

Pratt Community College’s Automotive Technology program is excited to announce the hiring of new instructor, Daniel Meng.

Meng will be teaching area high school students at the newly acquired automotive shop in Attica starting in the fall. He brings to the program a wealth of knowledge and a lifetime of experience, including 20 years at Lubbers Cars.

Auto grads spend summer working in Yellowstone

26 June 2017

Pratt Community College automotive graduates are spending the summer working at Yellowstone National Park. Former students Arik Schmidt, Logan Mason and Cole Quaney graduated from the Automotive Technology program in May this year all with a job offer to begin May 17 for the Yellowstone park service stations (YPSS).

Auto Tech Program Certified

03 July 2013

Congratulations to the Automotive Technology program on receiving a NATEF certification for the next five years, which acknowledges that the program meets national standards of excellence.
The program was first certified through the efforts of Daryl Lucas when he came on board in the early 90's and has remained certified since that time.
Lucas is still an integral part of the program today and serves as the automotive and diesel coordinator.

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