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AIST — the future of automotive education

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 07:00
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In this latest Remarkable Results podcast with Carm Capriotto, he speaks with Anthony Williams, Special Projects Manager with Advance Auto Parts who had the seed of the idea for AIST, and Chris Chesney Sr. Director, Customer Training Carquest Technical Institute.

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This episode recorded at Vision 2019 in KC brings you into the loop on Automotive Institute of Science and Technology (AIST) in Colorado Springs, CO. This new ‘non-traditional’ public charter school that will use the P-TECH model (Pathways in Technology Early College High School), designed to provide students the foundation they need to be successful in the automotive aftermarket industry when they graduate.

Students will be able to enroll in a 4- or 6-year program, starting their freshman year of high school through their second year of college and all publicly funded. AIST will offer students three pathways: Automotive Technology, Business, or Engineering (mechanical and electrical) and will be project based.

Listen to the podcast here.

With over 400 collective episodes between Remarkable Results Radio, the Town Hall Academy and the new show ‘For The Record’ you have the power of the spoken word in these long-form audio interviews. They are the perfect learning tool for the aftermarket forever student.

Carm Capriotto hosts the industries premiere podcast content library where service professionals, technicians, business coaches, educators, and industry executives among others bring raw, unfiltered, honest, and sincere stories that shaped their success. The podcasts also bring you insights, trends, best practices and stories of personal achievements.

Listen on your favorite podcast listening app or on https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes. These are “Conversations Worth Hearing!”

 

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