ABC Unified School District is known throughout the State of California as a leader in educational planning and innovation. The District has received county, state, and national recognition for outstanding programs in counseling, alternative education, staff development, and labor relations.
Advanced Transportation and Logistics represents an array of clean energy technologies that form a critical part of California’s
strategy for reducing its climate change impact and its dependency on foreign energy,
as well as growing a robust green economy by helping California’s businesses remain
competitive in a global market.
The Cerritos College center is dedicated to advancing our students though education. Topics include Advanced Transportation, Alternative Fuels, Transportation Strategy, Engine Technology, Alternative Energy, and Logistics.
California State University, Los Angeles Department of Technology. Business, industry and government truly thrive on the latest technology, but even the most up-to-date technological processes are useless without qualified professionals to implement and interpret them. With five (four undergraduate and one graduate) programs to choose from, Cal State LA's Department of Technology has a curriculum for any aspiring technologist.
For 30 years, Cerritos College has had one of the most successful Automotive Training programs in the region and today, we are one of the most comprehensive Automotive Training Centers in the country. Cerritos College offers certificates, degrees and special programs in automotive repair, collision repair, alternative fuels, smog training, advanced transportation technology and automotive management.
Clarion Corporation is a global leader in the mobile electronics industry, proudly delivering high quality entertainment products to our customers for decades. Clarion has continued to lead the industry as the front-runner among dedicated manufacturers of in-vehicle equipment.
Cerritos College is pleased to announce a new and exciting incumbent workforce training program for employees who are engaged in alternative fuels to support the Alternative and Renewable Fuels and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP) that was created in 2007 under Assembly Bill 118.
Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training). Drive your passion and make it a career with the ASSET program. ASSET is the only program with a paid internship, allowing you to earn while you learn. Students alternate for six to eight weeks in the classroom and six to eight weeks with their sponsoring Ford or Lincoln dealer over a two year period. At the end of the two years, they earn an Associate’s Degree and valuable in dealer experience.
General Motors ASEP (Automotive Service Educational Program) delivers advanced automotive service training, appropriate academic coursework, and real world internship experiences to give students the best possible preparation for a career as an automotive technician.
Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association (GLANCDA) provides valuable educational and philanthropic benefits to the Los Angeles Community. They are factory-franchised dealers who are committed to serving the communities of Greater Los Angeles County by promoting professionalism within the retail automotive industry.
Hitachi Automotive Systems America. While the Hitachi of today has expanded well beyond the creation of the 5hp electric motor that was its first product, the company is still committed to delivering innovative solutions that combine products, services, and highly sophisticated IT. Finding answers to critical global challenges and developing solutions that create value for future generations are integral parts of Hitachi’s Mission.
IMPCO develops and manufactures solutions for the medium and heavy duty on-road and industrial markets. Our products are designed and manufactured to be durable, reliable, and enable internal combustion engines to operate cleaner for the environment and more economically for the owner.
Long Beach Clean Cities works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to reduce petroleum use in transportation. We have the tools available to connect businesses and fleets to find answers and solutions for alternative fuels and advanced technologies.
Long Beach Transit is a leader in integrating new technology to improve the quality of life for the people in the communities we serve. The introduction of clean burning gasoline and electric hybrid buses is the most recent innovation to help the environment.
Matco Tools is a manufacturer and distributor of quality professional automotive repair tools, diagnostic equipment, and toolboxes. Their product line now numbers more than 13,000 items. They also guarantee and service the equipment they sell.
As a Mopar® Career Automotive Program (MCAP) student, you’ll not only have the benefit of learning the latest FCA US LLC diagnostic technologies and service information, but you’ll also be able to put that OEM training to work right away at a Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram and FIAT® dealer.
Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association (MEMA) works to improve the quality of service in the public sector by providing a forum for the free exchange of experience, technical knowledge, ideas and opinions that enhance the delivery of public services and promote the personal and professional growth of our members. MEMA serves public safety by helping to ensure that environmentally responsible, safe and efficient stationary and mobile systems are at work.
The core purpose of Northwood University is to develop leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs with the skills and character to drive personal, organizational and societal success. Students can earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in one of the following areas: Automotive Marketing/Management or Management.
Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District (NLMUSD), in collaboration with parents and the community, shall develop in all students the knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes to empower them to become life-long learners and productive citizens in an ever-changing world. This will be accomplished in a climate that promotes high expectations, strives to meet individual needs and values diversity.
When it comes to CTE and technical jobs, we realize there is a serious public relations problem. Snap-on continues to drive for change in how they are perceived by students, parents and society. Some say these jobs are the consolation prize of our society. We say they are a national calling, critical to our future and deserving of our utmost respect. Snap-on is fully committed to tackling this issue with numerous collaborators across the U.S. and the globe.
The Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium (SCRTTC) is a leading provider of training for the public transit industry. Our focus is to provide a training resource network comprised of Community Colleges, Universities, Transit Agencies, Public and Private Organizations focused on the development and delivery of training and employment of the transit industry workforce that is proficient at the highest standards, practices, and procedures for the industry.
The Southland Motor Car Dealers Association (SMCDA) was established in 1932 and represents the majority of new car and truck dealerships in Southern Los Angeles County. The goal of the Southland Motor Car Dealers Association is to provide programs and services, and be responsive to the needs of its members. It seeks to speak and act on behalf of those members in communication with organizations and individuals who share its automotive interests. Membership is extended to all persons, firms, or corporations holding a direct factory franchise and actively engaged in the business of buying and selling new automobiles and trucks at a regular place of business in Southern Los Angeles County.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is a trade association dedicated to helping companies within the automotive specialty-equipment industry. They are also the authoritative source for research, data, trends and market growth information for the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill (SB) 1608 on September 29, 2008, requiring all California architects to complete mandatory continuing education courses on disabled access requirements as a condition of license renewal. Stepping Thru Accessibility provides mandatory continuing education on disabled access requirements for California architects.