Fourth Session of Cummins Power South CPSUniversity Now In Session
The fourth session of classes in the Cummins Power South CPSUniversity diesel engine training program begins Monday, the 17th of February at the Tampa, Florida training facility.
This will be the first class of 2014, and the following students will be joining us:
Kyle Melton, from South Georgia Technical College.
Andrew Neal and Brian Gentry from Chattanooga State Technical College.
Manuel Magallanes from Wyotech University.
Gregory Gardner from Atlanta Technical College.
Ethan Phillips from Nashville Auto Diesel College.
Michael Brannon, wheeled vehicle maintenance technician from the US Army National Guard.
Recently, Kevin Parson, Technical Trainer, visited all of Cummins Power South’s service centers and nineteen technical schools to promote the CPSU program. He has received plenty of valuable input from service lead personnel, and was very impressed by the diesel technology programs throughout Florida and Georgia. Kevin talked to several hundred current students and explained the opportunity that CPSU presents to the ideal applicant.
Kevin Parson, would like to extend his thanks to the Cummins Power South service centers, as well as the technical schools participating in the program, for all of the help received during the selection process. All of these future technicians came highly recommended from their schools, and they have all been interviewed by service center management before being admitted to the CPSUniversity program.
Also attending many of the courses will be Tony Menendez, a CPS employee. He will be preparing for his new role as distributor technical support.