The Grayson County Technology Center's Automotive Program has achieved re-accreditation by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). The accreditation process occurs every five years.
The program was evaluated by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in all areas from facilities to the number of instructional hours according to strict standards set by the automotive industry. This coveted recognition displays the Technology Center's ability to produce competent technicians and employable, career-ready students. The program is headed by Roger Duvall.
Automotive department head Roger Duvall presents Jake Hatfield (l) and Tommy Bratcher (r) with a Certificate of Appreciation from NATEF for their time and service as part of the accreditation evaluation team. Both men serve on the Technology Center's Automotive Advisory Board.