PCHS automotive technology program receives accreditation

The Career and Technical Education department of Patrick County High School has announced that another of its courses has been fully accredited. The automotive technology program obtained National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) certification in November.
The NATEF grants accreditation to programs that comply with established standards and adhere to its policies. Accreditation brings industry support and national recognition to the automotive program and will enhance instruction, enabling the finest in automobile instruction and career placement opportunities.
PCHS has contributed great effort and financial support through the administration of Principal Trey Cox, Assistant Principal Robin Ferguson, and the entire team.

Patrick County High School’s automotive mechanics instructor Wayne Hayden and Career and Technological Education Director Robin Ferguson display the plaque recently awarded to PCHS.
Patrick County High School’s automotive mechanics instructor Wayne Hayden and Career and Technological Education Director Robin Ferguson display the plaque recently awarded to PCHS.
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