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National Training Center for Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles

In February 2006 Shoreline Community College was selected as Washington State's National Training Center for Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles through the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), a 27-college consortium of institutions offering standardized training in alternative fuels for the general public as well as certifications for automotive technicians servicing advanced technology vehicles.  Training for both audiences is crucial in order to move toward the wider adoption of the following cleaner, more secure energy sources and transportation technologies.


NAFTC overview workshops:

• Introduction to Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles
• Introduction to Battery-Powered Electric Vehicles
• Introduction to Hybrid Electric Vehicles
• Introduction to Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles
• Introduction to Fuel Cells and Fuel Cell Vehicles
• Introduction to Ethanol, Methanol, and Synthetic Fuels
• Introduction to Biodiesel Vehicles
• Introduction to Natural Gas Vehicles
• Introduction to Propane Vehicles


NAFTC course offerings for technicians:

• Clean Air and Energy Independence: An Overview of Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles
• Overview of Ethanol and Flex-Fuel Vehicles
• Overview of Biodiesel
• Natural Gas Vehicles: CNG Cylinder Inspection
• Light-Duty Natural Gas Vehicles
• Heavy-Duty Gaseous Fuel Applications
• Liquefied Natural Gas Vehicles
• Transient Emissions Testing
• Propane Vehicle Training
• Forklift and Material Handling AFV Applications
• Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Technician's Guide
• Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Fleet Manager's Guide
• Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engines and Related Technologies


NAFTC course offerings under development for technicians:

• A Guide for First Responders: Safety and Emergency Response Procedures for Advanced Technology Vehicles.
• Hybrid Vehicle Technologies

To register for course offerings or for more information about SCC's National Training Center for Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles, contact Mark Hankins at (206) 546-4758 or mhankins@shoreline.edu.