School of Technical Training at DCTC serving around 1,800 Chrysler automotive techs
The Chrysler Academy School of Technical Training at Dakota County Technical College is doing a booming business—so much so that the school has placed students on a waiting list. Mike Opp, DCTC dean of transportation and technical careers, reports that the Chrysler Academy is currently training around 1,800 Chrysler automotive technicians seeking to upgrade their skill range.
Based in the United States, Chrysler was founded by Walter Chrysler in 1925. In 2008, the automobile manufacturer employed 58,000 workers, making vehicles such as the 300, Sebring, PT Cruiser, and the Town & Country.