Automotive Service Tech at SkillsUSA Illinois

Automotive Service Tech at SkillsUSA Illinois


you are ground you have great ability and we want to make sure everybody in our state and our country acknowledges your skill and ability in your excellent encouraging words from Illinois Governor Pat Quinn as he addressed the 50th anniversary SkillsUSA Illinois competition in Springfield Governor Quinn thanked the local and the Midwest territory for organizing the automotive service tech contest for high school and post-secondary students it’s a blast it’s it’s something different and it’s a competition against some of the best kids in the state and to consider myself one of them it’s pretty humbling but it is pretty difficult yet 60 students rotated through 20 stations spending 15 minutes at each stop at this station the students are learning measurements and how to use the correct tools for the correct jobs they had about availed son he had a measure the top the middle and on the bottom of it a camshaft and you measured the flow about the Camp Chef so and it turns you can measure into the differences they remember you do not lose points for being incorrect your only EU points for being breath local 701 members served as judges after getting sponsors to donate the use of cars trucks equipment and supplies all to make sure these Career and Technical students use their skills to prepare for the workforce they even had a job interview it really helps me it’s a view like it’s more hands-on experiencing it to do different things they’re black check all the energy definitely held the next day the top three high school students received awards Michael Kelley of Elk Grove High School came in first and will represent Illinois at the national competition from the Land of Lincoln I’m Tonya Hutchins for the machinist news network


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