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Automotive Service Technology Student Achievements

Published on May 17, 2018

Ozarka College is pleased to announce the achievements of three Automotive Service Technology (AST) graduates. Brandon Bates, Jonathan Medina and Eduardo Sotelo each passed all areas of the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) exam.

Upon successfully completing their first year in Ozarka's automotive program, the students received a technical certificate. At the end of their second year, they earned an associate's degree and qualified to take the NATEF exam. This is an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exam for student level training, which tests students on several different areas that they will be expected to excel in once working in the field.

"I am proud of all three students, " said AST program director and faculty, Chris Layne. "They performed well in the program and will make great technicians! " For more information about the automotive service technology program at Ozarka College, please call Admissions at 870.368.2024 or email:


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