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Heavy Equipment Technology Re-Accreditation

Published on June 28, 2017

Congratulations to Ed Frederick and the Heavy Equipment Technology Department on achieving Re-Accreditation by the AED Foundation on the Heavy Equipment Technology – General Option and Heavy Equipment Technology – CAT Dealer Service Technician Option A.A.S. Degree Programs!

Accreditation by The AED Foundation signifies to equipment industry stakeholders that State Tech’s programs have met rigorous industry-specific national construction equipment technical standards. It further signifies to current and prospective students that this program provides the best in diesel-equipment education as defined by the industry they serve.

Again, CONGRATS to Mr. Frederick and the HET Department!!

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