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Alt Fuel Vehicle training course
An Alternative Fuel Vehicle End-User First Responder Safety Training course will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, April 29-30, at the Alamo Area Council Of Governments located at 8700 Tesoro Drive in San Antonio.
Join the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium and the Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition for end-user alternative fuel vehicle safety training, the only training of its kind being offered in the region.
Attendees can select which day to attend this one-day course on natural gas and electric drive vehicles. Interested parties are asked to register online and they will receive all material the day of training. Continuing Education Units will be offered to participants the day of training at $8 per person.
Topics include natural gas vehicles, extracting people from electric vehicles, hazardous cables to avoid, and fuel tanks on light-duty and heavy-duty natural gas vehicles.
Also a Train-the-Trainer Session will be offered on Tuesday, after the end-user training. To attend this session, attendees must indicate so during registration.
Lunch will be provided and class size is limited. To register, visit http://bit.ly/1ls25RN.
For more information, contact Yliana Flores at 210-918-1299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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