DENVER, Aug. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Explore Lincoln College of Technology's exciting new Denver campus at its grand opening scheduled for Thursday, September 15, 2011, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The new campus is located at 11194 E. 45th Avenue in Denver.
Encompassing more than 200,000 square feet, Lincoln's impressive new facility features extensive resources and technology designed to best support the students it will serve. Lincoln's Denver campus offers a 43,000 square-foot Automotive Technology Lab with 56 bays, 18 lifts including heavy-duty lifts, five alignment racks, and three dynos – a Mustang Dyno, a SuperFlow Engine Dyno and a SuperFlow Axiline Transmission Dyno. Complementing the extraordinary Auto Lab is Denver's new 11,000 square-foot Diesel Technology Lab with nine bays, 15 dedicated welding booths and a Taylor Engine Dyno. Collision Technology is also well represented in the new Denver facility with a 27,000 square-foot lab allowing students to train with waterborne paints, custom airbrushing equipment and two computerized chief frame racks.
With a scope that extends beyond all major aspects of the automotive industry, Lincoln's striking new Denver location also features facilities for Welding Technology and Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology (HVAC). At an expansive 10,805 square feet, the Welding Technology Lab and cutting / grinding room includes an incredible 90 dedicated welding booths allowing students to train on both Lincoln Electric and Miller gear. Lincoln's HVAC program amenities include an Energy Audit House, Hampden Trainers, and seven dedicated classrooms.
Students seeking to advance their skills to pursue a profession offering real opportunity will be eager to explore the many classrooms and labs at Lincoln College of Technology's new location as they began their education at this remarkable campus in early July 2011. Lincoln students take advantage of education that emphasizes experiential learning in real-world work environments utilizing industry-specific equipment. Lincoln programs aim to fully prepare graduates to enter the workforce with confidence and skill.
"We're excited about this new facility and look forward to continuing our efforts at improving the lives of men and women by providing them with career training that allows them to become highly skilled and qualified technicians," said Robert Lantzy, Executive Director of Lincoln's Denver campus. "Lincoln is grateful to the state of Colorado and the City and County of Denver for providing unparalleled assistance and resources to make our dream a shining reality," he continued.
"Today's announcement is further indication of Lincoln's commitment to providing quality career education that meets the needs of the ever-changing job market," stated Lincoln President and CEO Shaun McAlmont. "Lincoln has laid the groundwork necessary to attract career-minded students and has partnered with local Colorado employers. These relations will help Lincoln continue to provide career opportunities post graduation," he added.
The parent company – Lincoln Educational Services Corporation – is now celebrating 65 years of serving students across America. Through the years, Lincoln has become a nationally recognized and respected educational entity that has evolved with the needs of its unique student population. It now offers online training programs as well as day, afternoon, and evening class schedules that accommodate older students, students with families, and those juggling career training with full-time jobs.
Lincoln College of Technology, located in Denver, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, ACCSC.
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation, through its subsidiaries, operates Lincoln Technical Institute, Lincoln College of Technology, Nashville Auto-Diesel College, Euphoria Institute of Beauty Arts and Sciences, and Lincoln College of New England. Lincoln also operates divisions within some of these institutions under the name of Lincoln Culinary Institute. Lincoln has a broad geographic reach of 46 campuses in 17 states. Programs vary by campus.
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For more information, please call (303) 722-5724 or visit www.LincolnCollegeOfTechnology.com.
SOURCE Lincoln College of Technology