GCCC students EETC certified


Deitner


Gier


Grigsby


Morgan


Spaller


Greene County News

XENIA — A group of five Greene County Career Center seniors from the Power Equipment Mechanics program have earned certifications through the Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC).

Tim Deitner (Kettering Fairmont) is now certified in 4-stroke gasoline engines, electrical systems and compact diesel systems. Tyler Grigsby (Greeneview) and Dillon Spaller (Greeneview) are certified in 4-stroke gasoline engines and compact diesel engines. Samuel Gier (Beavercreek) and Chase Morgan (Xenia) passed the 4-stroke gasoline engine certification examination as well.

The EETC certification tests are based on industry standards and are written and updated by a focused committee of manufacturers, distributors, dealers, schools, and associations. Certification tests are updated annually to ensure that the latest technologies are included.

Mike Spahr, himself a Greene County Career Center graduate and Xenia native, teaches the Power Equipment Mechanics program.

Deitner
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Gier
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Grigsby
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Morgan
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Spaller
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Story courtesy of Greene County Career Center.

Story courtesy of Greene County Career Center.