UEDA Technician Credential for High School Students

 

 

 

Post-secondary Scholarships offered by UEDA The UNITED Equipment Dealers Association (UEDA) and the Ohio Equipment Distributors Association (OEDA) have joined together to create a new industry-recognized credentialing system identifying exceptional achievement. This new credentialing system will verify Ohio students enrolled in approved Career-Technical Agricultural Education Programs have met the following requirements:
  • Passing grade on an End of Course Test in 4 of the following 5 courses in the Industrial Power Technology Pathway:
    • Electronic & Electrical Systems (Required)
    • Hydraulics & Pneumatics (Required)
    • Engines & Fuel Systems
    • Outdoor Power Technology
    • Power Trains
  • 700 hours of supervised hands-on training including a minimum of 350 Hours of Dealership Placement
  • Receiving a Satisfactory employer assessment from the Dealership of Employment

    Local Power Technology Instructors will have until May 1 of each year to send in their list of qualifying students to the UEDA/OEDA office. Students will receive a Certificate of Achievement along with an Official Certified Technician Decal for their tool boxes.

    For more information about the Certified Technician Credential, contact Bill Garling, Chief Operating Officer at bgarling @ amgllcusa.com or 614-889-1309.