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Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center

Cultivating Career Ready Citizens Through Education, Empowerment, & Employment



Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center Job Openings

go to http://www.nottowayschools.org

then to the Employment tab and apply online for further information please call 434-645-7854

1. Alternative Learning Teacher- start August 5, 2021

Knowledge of effective instructional practices teaching high school students. Bachelor’s Degree in applicable field of education; have or be eligible for a teaching license from the Virginia Department of Education

2. Part Time Custodian/Maintenance-start July 1, 2021

Capable of performing all facets of Custodial duties and performing light maintenance (i.e-change light bulbs, ceiling tiles, etc)

3. Part time Secretary/Receptionist- start August 16, 2021

Knowledge of general office functions, computer skills,  and interpersonal skills


It is that time of year, FAFSA Time! Have you completed your Financial Aid (FAFSA) application yet?  Click  the links below for information on how to complete and submit your FAFSA application!

Links:

Federal Student Aid   https://studentaid.gov/

State Council of Higher Education of Virginia    https://www.schev.edu/index/tuition-aid/financialaid/financial-aid-february-2021

Federal Aid Toolkit      https://financialaidtoolkit.ed.gov/tk/

Virginia Education Wizard      https://www.vawizard.org/wizard/financial-aid

If you have questions please contact your home high school (Amelia County High School, Nottoway High, or Cumberland High School. Your School Counselors will point you in the right direction for assistance with financial aid.

Program: Medical Assistant I & II; Amelia and Nottoway

Skills: Collecting Specimens (Blood), and Vital Signs (Blood Pressure)



ASE Accreditation in Damage Analysis/Estimating/Customer Service, Painting and Refinishing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Road to Success

Presentation by

Lincoln Tech

Nashville Auto-Diesel College (NADC)



ANTC AUTO PARTNERSHIPS


Napa (Amelia) - has donated a paint mixing bank and also discounts parts and supplies

7th Gear Auto Body (Amelia) - provides access to the school with tools needed that the school may not have. Also provided access to their mixing bank for special colors.

Baldwins Auto Sales (Crewe) - provides non-structural damage vehicles with parts. Students obtain real world repairs.

Auto Body Specialty (Chase City) - gives the school a discount on supplies and donates all out-of-date supplies. Donated supplies include fillers, paints, glues, and etc...

















Mr. Shaun Spradlin

Auto Body I/II Instructor

Email Me

Off-Site Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 

8am-3pm









Auto Body Technology I/II

 In the global automobile collision repair industry, there is a growing demand for qualified auto body technicians. In this course, students are taught damage analysis, estimating, customer service, non-structural analysis, damage repair, and welding. Students work with a variety of materials, using metal finishing and body filling techniques to prepare surfaces and repair panels. Students who successfully complete this program sequence may be eligible to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification examinations.

Auto Body Technology I/II are closely aligned with the 2016 ASE Education Foundation collision repair and refinish program standards.



Auto Body Technology I

Auto Body Technology II

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