Three (3) technical study programs began in March 1985: Electromechanics, Automatic Transmissions, and Automotive Mechanics. Later, Diesel Mechanics, Automobile Mechanics with Computerized Injection, Automobile Electromechanics, Automotive Mechanic Technician, Automotive Mechanic Technician, Industrial Electricity, Industrial Electromechanics, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Industrial Electronics, Turning (General Mechanics) and Die and Hardware were incorporated. (Tool & Die Maker).
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