Monday, July 23, 2012, Mech-Tech has joined the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) as leader in vocational training Puerto Rico and Florida.
With dynamic vocational programs in Puerto Rico and most recently in Orlando, the Mech-Tech Institute has joined the National Coalition of Certification Centers as a dynamic international leader in vocational training in the U.S. and Caribbean.
According to Edwin J. Colon, President of Mech-Tech, “We acknowledge the important role of NC3 and its globally-recognized industry partners such as Snap-On, with whom we are truthfully honored to work with. Certainly, this is an organization comprised of the best; we are educators, we strive for quality in our programs and services, and seek to make a significant difference in vocational training wherever we operate.”
“Mech-Tech’s strong focus on automotive technologies and HVAC make it a perfect fit with NC3 and our leading industry partners, Snap-on and Trane,” said Dan Ramirez, NC3 Director of Marketing & Development, “Moreover, their primary presence in Puerto Rico make them a vital regional and international participant in our constellation of leading educational organizations.”
To date, Mech-Tech has sent approximately 20 of its instructors to NC3 Train-the-Trainer courses to gain the knowledge and ability to implement NC3 certifications in Torque, Wheel Service, Automotive Diagnostics, Diesel Diagnostics, and Tool Control at its campuses in the Caribbean and Florida. Mech-Tech’s training efforts represents one of the most dynamic adoptions of work-ready skills implementation in the United States.About Mech-Tech
Located in Puerto Rico as Mech-Tech College and in Orlando, Florida as Mech-Tech Institute, the school offers a superb array of vocational training programs in state-of-the-art facilities and featuring world-class equipment and professional trainers. Programs include Technology in Automotive Mechanics with Computerized Fuel Injection, Racing Mechanics, Automobile Collision Repair, Industrial Welding, Diesel Mechanics,and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning. Learn more at www.mtifl.com