Auto Maintenance class running smooth


Instructor Vernon Blackman oversees student Justin Ford performing work on a vehicle at Midway High School this week. This 50-hour course is a beginning level automotive service course offered through SCC’s Continuing Education Department. It is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge in shop safety, tool identification and proper tool usage as well as light vehicle repair and basic maintenance. Sampson Community College and Sampson County Schools worked collaboratively to offer the course as Midway High School provides all tools and equipment for classes. Those interested in learning about basic car maintenance can contact SCC at 910-592-7176 for more information.


Instructor Vernon Blackman oversees student Justin Ford performing work on a vehicle at Midway High School this week. This 50-hour course is a beginning level automotive service course offered through SCC’s Continuing Education Department. It is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge in shop safety, tool identification and proper tool usage as well as light vehicle repair and basic maintenance. Sampson Community College and Sampson County Schools worked collaboratively to offer the course as Midway High School provides all tools and equipment for classes. Those interested in learning about basic car maintenance can contact SCC at 910-592-7176 for more information.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_1101.jpgInstructor Vernon Blackman oversees student Justin Ford performing work on a vehicle at Midway High School this week. This 50-hour course is a beginning level automotive service course offered through SCC’s Continuing Education Department. It is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge in shop safety, tool identification and proper tool usage as well as light vehicle repair and basic maintenance. Sampson Community College and Sampson County Schools worked collaboratively to offer the course as Midway High School provides all tools and equipment for classes. Those interested in learning about basic car maintenance can contact SCC at 910-592-7176 for more information.

Instructor Vernon Blackman oversees student Justin Ford performing work on a vehicle at Midway High School this week. This 50-hour course is a beginning level automotive service course offered through SCC’s Continuing Education Department. It is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge in shop safety, tool identification and proper tool usage as well as light vehicle repair and basic maintenance. Sampson Community College and Sampson County Schools worked collaboratively to offer the course as Midway High School provides all tools and equipment for classes. Those interested in learning about basic car maintenance can contact SCC at 910-592-7176 for more information.

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