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  • The Ford ASSET associate in applied science degree at Central Maine Community College is a state-of-the art program alternating classroom and laboratory training with paid, on-the-job experience in a Ford dealership. GRADUATES ARE PREPARED TO PERFORM ALL NATEF (P-1) TASKS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR: Systems associated with automotive chassis components Assemblies associated with automotive engine […]

  • In Automotive Technology at Central Maine Community College, you can choose the “In-House Track” or the “Dealer TraX.” Both tracks enable students to gain the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary for success in the automotive industry. Students from this program graduate with an associate in applied science degree. The In-House Track allows individuals to remain […]

  • Representatives of the Maine Automobile Dealers Association were on the Central Maine Community College (CMCC) campus recently to present a check for the automotive technology programs at the college. Left to right are Matt Walsh, automotive department chair at CMCC; President Scott Knapp; Tom Brown, president of the Maine Automobile Dealers Association; and George Dykstra, […]

  •   Computer Technology Courses CompTIA Security + Bootcamp Start Date: TBD 60-hour Course In-Person CompTIA Security+ is the first security 60-hour certification a candidate should earn. It establishes the core knowledge required of any cybersecurity role and provides a springboard to intermediate-level cybersecurity jobs. 3D Printing Tentative Start Date: Winter 2023 Cost: $1,200, or grant […]

  • Computer Support Specialist Students will learn theory and practical computer support skills through CompTIA Fundamentals+ and CompTIA A+. The course covers IT concepts and terminology, Windows infrastructure, software troubleshooting, applications, networking, software development, hardware, network troubleshooting, database fundamentals, and security. This is a 13-week course and includes the cost of the certification exam. CompTIA Security+ […]