Shoreline Community College partners with Chinese auto technician training

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Shoreline Community College President Lee Lambert (seated, at left) signs an agreement with President Sun of Nanjing Institute of Industry and Technology to bring U.S.-recognized training standards into China for automotive service technician training. 

What do Shoreline Community College, a Chinese technical institute and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology have in common? They are all working together to train automotive service technicians for the largest automobile market in the world: China.

An agreement recently signed by Shoreline President Lee Lambert with Nanjing Institute of Industry and Technology (NIIT) paves the way for the three schools to collaborate on technician training. Both Shoreline and Oklahoma have well-established training centers with strong ties to automotive manufacturers to train technicians for new car dealerships as well as independent repair and maintenance shops.

On Oct. 21, 2012, just prior to the signing, Lambert was a keynote speaker at the International Forum on Vocational and Technical Education session on China-U.S. Cooperation on Automobile Education and Training.


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