Directory of Schools Partners with Ohio Technical College to Deliver Quality Education in the Fields of Automotive, Diesel and PowerSport Technology

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DirectoryofSchools.com, one of the leading marketers of online degrees, has forged an alliance with Ohio Technical College to offer the comprehensive, technologically advanced, hands-on training necessary for employment and advancement as a technician in varying specialties - including programs focusing on high performance cars, classic automobiles, diesel equipment, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, and personal watercraft.

If you dream of a work environment filled with high performance cars, finely tuned motorcycles, or dinosaur-sized diesel trucks, where do you find quality training?

DirectoryofSchools.com, a leader in distance learning via online degrees, has recently partnered with Ohio Technical College to deliver a comprehensive, technologically-advanced education in varying specialties of modern automotive technology. The PowerSport Institute (PSI), a division of Ohio Technical College, provides incomparable, real world training to insure that students are well-equipped to begin their careers as certified Manufacturer Representatives for all the major players in the PowerSport industry for motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and personal watercraft.

Ohio Technical College graduates work for the major manufacturers - including GM, Ford, Chrysler, BMW, Audi, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Volvo. Upon completion of manufacturer-specific training, the student receives the designation of Master Technician. The Audi or Volkswagen Technician training can be completed in as little as 11 weeks. Over 24 different programs are available at OTC; and the classes are limited to a learner-friendly size. Manufacturers may cover full tuition based on pre-established terms regarding employment upon graduation.

For DirectoryofSchools.com, the strategic alliance with Ohio Technical College is an excellent fit with online schools predominantly carried on its website; because OTC will accept students from all 50 states and Canada willing to relocate to its high tech campus. The friendly staff at OTC is available to help with everything from housing to tuition.

Looking to the future of energy conservation, OTC also offers intensive training in Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technology. As one of only a select group of training centers nationwide, and as a member of NAFTC (National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium), OTC strives to provide technicians with advanced skills and training in an area of anticipated demand. In this course, students work on vehicles powered by gas-electric, propane, hydrogen, bio-diesel, methanol, ethanol, compressed natural gas and interestingly, garbage.

It is apparent that no stone is left unturned in Ohio Technical College’s quest to provide the ultimate training for their students. So, for those with a true passion for high performance cars, a race to the finish may signify a great deal more than revving engines and screeching tires. It could represent the culmination of excellent training from Ohio Technical College that has led to a rewarding and fascinating career.

About DirectoryofSchools.com

Since 1999, DirectoryofSchools.com has connected over 15,000,000 potential students to accredited online schools and e-learning information. More than 8,000 online degree and professional certificate programs in over 1,300 schools represent the commitment of DirectoryofSchools.com to excellence in online education through its partnerships with universities, colleges and trade schools. In addition, a comprehensive national directory of high schools in the United States is available on its website, along with homework help and numerous other resources. Career-minded individuals need make only one cyber-stop for all of their distance learning needs.

Contact:

Vida Olivier,

Director of Public Relations

DirectoryofSchools.com

(707) 526-0580

http://www.directoryofschools.com

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