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6 AUTOMOTIVE STUDENTS PASS CORE COMPONENTS OF AUTO-REPAIR CERTIFICATION
6 AUTOMOTIVE STUDENTS PASS CORE COMPONENTS OF AUTO-REPAIR CERTIFICATION
Posted on 03/18/2016
6 AUTOMOTIVE STUDENTS PASS CORE COMPONENTS OF AUTO-REPAIR CERTIFICATIONNA3SA 2016
Nashoba Tech students who passed the four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment include, from left, Benjamin Marson (junior, Groton), Jacob Twombly (senior, Pepperell), Adriel Martin (junior, Lunenburg), Bryan Moran (senior, Westford) and Dominic Leonardo (junior, Townsend). Missing from photo is Adam Gagnon (senior, Chelmsford).


WESTFORD — Six students in the Automotive Technology program at Nashoba Tech passed all four core components of the National Automotive Students Skills Standards Assessment, or NA3SA, necessary to become auto-repair professionals.

        The four core components are suspension and steering; brakes; electrical/electronic systems; and engine performance. Other components in which students may test include engine repair; automatic transmission and transaxle; manual drive train and axles; and hearing and air conditioning.

        The following students passed at least the four core components and are certified in them:
• Adam Gagnon, senior, Chelmsford.
• Dominic Leonardo, junior, Townsend.
• Benjamin Marson, junior, Groton.
• Adriel Martin, junior, Lunenburg.
• Bryan Moran, senior, Westford.
• Jacob Twombly, senior, Pepperell.

NA3SA is an independent, nonprofit organization with a mission of 
evaluating technician-training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry, and recommending qualifying programs for certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.