Alliance Autogas

The Autogas Vehicle Inspection Grant Program offers an exceptional learning opportunity to students by leveraging PERC’s specialized curriculum, Propane Autogas Vehicle Inspection: Introduction for Automobile Service Technicians. This comprehensive course, designed to span one to two weeks with approximately 20 hours of instruction, aims to elevate the expertise of automotive professionals.

The primary goal of the grant program is to enhance the knowledge and skills of both current and future automotive professionals while exposing students to a broader range of career prospects post-graduation. Approved grant recipients stand to benefit from funding of up to $7,500, which can be allocated towards various essential purposes:

  • Procurement of a new autogas-specific training board to bolster the training facility, valued at $5,000.
  • Coverage of travel expenses for the class instructor to attend a mandatory training session on the curriculum, scheduled for June 5-6 at SEPATEC in Graham, NC.
  • Promotion of the new class offering to attract potential students.

Upon acceptance into the program, recipients will receive a standardized training board aligned with the curriculum, along with digital versions of instructor tools, student workbooks, curriculum materials, and other pertinent resources from PERC.

This initiative is open to all educational institutions and career centers across the United States, including technical schools and community colleges, provided they are willing and equipped to integrate propane-specific content into their course offerings. Each eligible institution may apply for one grant, and funding is subject to availability.

Furthermore, the program seeks marketers to serve as advisors for participating schools within their communities. These advisors, acting as technical experts on autogas and engine technology, will undertake the following responsibilities:

  1. Provide guidance and assistance to instructors on propane-specific inquiries.
  2. Deliver informative presentations to classes about propane’s significance in their community, potential career paths in the propane industry, and its environmental implications.
  3. Ensure that the school maintains adherence to the prescribed curriculum.

Applications for the grant program will remain open until March 29th.

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