Propane-powered vehicles present special challenges to the automotive technician. This three-day course includes an overview of propane technology, automotive components, and autogas related systems.
The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) has launched a NEW Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training. Recognizing a need for qualified technicians to adapt, service, and maintain these vehicles, the comprehensive course covers topics including propane characteristics, fuel systems, vehicle compatibility, system components, and safety. By the end of the three-day course, participants will have an in-depth understanding of servicing and maintaining these vehicles.
Alfred State College (NTC)
2016 sessions were conducted in:
Fort Valley, GA;
Oklahoma City, OK;
New Hudson, MI;
and Bessemer, AL.
2017 sessions are currently scheduled for:
and New Britain, CT.
IMPORTANT: Training is only available to professional automotive technicians who have experience in fuel and electrical systems, and driveability.
Hands-on Shop Activities
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Three-day hands-on course for automotive technicians which includes an overview of propane autogas technology, components, and systems.
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