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HVAC- Entry Level Maintenance Technician ATTENTION HVAC GRADUATES: All American Air, in St. Augustine, is searching for 2 entry-level maintenance technicians to join their team. Starting pay is typically $10-$12 for entry-level. All American Air is a well-known, successful business in St. Augustine with plenty of career growth opportunities. Interested applicants should call Jason Brownell at 904-461-0070 to schedule an interview... Read More››
Agscience Students Show Creativity Ag-science program at FCTC is not just about the basics; our instructors who have years of experience in various aspects of plants, lawns, and flowers also nurture creativity in students. Student comes in with a seed in mind, and leaves as a seasoned landscaper, a nursery operator, or a grower. Click here to read a recent article on The St. Augustine Record on what the some of our recent students created. ... Read More››
First Coast Technical College Update On July 1, 2016 First Coast Technical College will operate as a St. Johns County School. The Charter status of FCTC was terminated by mutual agreement between the Governing Board of First Coast Technical College (FCTC) and the St. Johns County School Board. The St. Johns Count School District (SJCSD) will continue the operation of the school as a technical center with a focus on career education. The district intends to maintain all ... Read More››
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Why CNG Vehicle Fuel System Inspector Training? More than 2.5 million natural gas vehicles (NGVs) that use CNG cylinders are in use today. Standards require tanks and system components a visual inspection once every three years or 36,000 miles to determine cylinder safety. Good shop practice recommends a more frequent general inspection. The National Alternative … Read More