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CCAR training for the Toyota Technical Education Network. (In the news: a quick glance at recent headlines--and where you can find the complete story).

Through a corporate grant from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., the Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair (CCAR) will be providing its S/P2 online training in safety and pollution prevention to schools in the United States that comprise the Toyota Technical Education Network (T-TEN). The training program was developed by CCAR in accordance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and OSHA standards, which require both shop personnel and students to receive training in safety and environmental regulations before entering the workplace.

Established in 1986 by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., T-TEN has allowed more than 3,000 students to take advantage of the Toyota Technical Education Network through nearly 60 technical and community colleges nationwide.

CCAR, a national nonprofit organization, operates CCAR-GreenLink, the national environmental compliance assistance center for the automotive industry, in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. For more information, visit www.ccar-greenlink.org. Complete information on CCAR's S/P2 online training is available at www.sp2.org.

For more information about Toyota's T-TEN, visit http://www.toyota.com/html/about/ careers_jobs/tech_edu/index.html.

Both CCAR-GreenLink and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. are members of the ACTE Business-Education Partnership.
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