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DMACC student Charley Guardado of Perry, heart, gets congratulations and a plaque from General Motors Purchaser Care and Aftersales Industry Service Engineer Group Chief Dan Beerends, still left, and Chevrolet District Assistance Supervisor for Des Moines and Northeast Iowa Colin Brouillard for effectively finishing the Typical Motors Automotive Company Education and learning Application (ASEP) at the DMACC Ankeny Campus. Image courtesy DMACC



The 15 DMACC college students graduating from the Standard Motors Automotive Service Training Method (ASEP) at the DMACC Ankeny Campus incorporates, entrance row from still left, Benjamin Dirksen of Ankeny, Charley Guardado of Perry, Joseph Njue of Ames, Caleb McGinnis of Pella and Cade Schable of Carroll 2nd row from remaining, Connor Kinnick of Johnston, Carson Hinds of Norwalk, Joseph Anderson of Bellevue, Kelli Helmer of Ames and Andrew Tyrrell of Waukee 3rd row from still left, Tyler Koning of Des Moines, Daniel Henze of Melbourne, Toby Sturm of Carroll, Tyler Tessman of Ames and Dominic Baker of Ankeny. All 15 are employed as full-time experts by their sponsoring dealerships. Photo courtesy DMACC

Charley Guardado of Perry has graduated from the Basic Motors Automotive Support Schooling Software (ASEP) at DMACC in Ankeny, leaving the five-semester method with an affiliate of applied science diploma in automotive technology.

Guardado was also hired total time by his sponsoring dealership, Willis Chevrolet of Granger.

“ASEP is made to practice and employ the industry’s most effective automotive experts,” said DMACC Automotive Technological know-how/ASEP Program Chair Jerry Burns. “ASEP pupils master the skills necessary for entry into a remarkably-skilled career along with the possibility to practice and create these techniques with a sizeable volume of on-the-work education.”

DMACC established a partnership with General Motors to deliver equally entry-level teaching and superior technologies instruction for GM dealership specialists. Much more than 450 pupils have so considerably graduated from the 37 ASEP lessons at DMACC.

Burns said college students in the system invest 50 % of their time at the neighborhood faculty, discovering the most current automotive technological innovation on latest creation GM autos, and 50 % of their time in making use of what they’ve realized at their sponsoring GM dealership.



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By Tara