Its Been a Busy Year for AFV Educate
By Micheal Smyth
Our first full year is in the books. First of all, we want to thank all of those who have chosen us as their training partners, whether it was an electric vehicle class, a first responder alternative fuel vehicle course, a webinar, or maybe just talking to you on the phone answering your questions.
Chris and I appreciate the work you do, and are extremely humbled that auto shops, fleets, DOE Clean Cities groups, schools, fire departments, tow companies, automotive salvage yards, and businesses have partnered with us for their training needs.
As stated before, this is a passion project for Chris and me. We have set up AFV Educate as a non-profit so we can not only offer the best quality of training in the industry but also at an affordable cost. We’ve learned a lot during 2022, and have great plans for new opportunities for our partners in 2023.
If you have any questions, give us a call or drop us an email. Watch our website for announcements on very cool opportunities we’re working on for next year, some of which will be made available at no cost. If you’re looking for training but have a limited budget, give us a call. One of the advantages of being in charge is we can work with your budget to help out when we can. This information is so important we will do what it takes to get you the training and information you need.
Thanks again, and to steal Chris’ tagline, stay safe.