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High Sierra Announces San Antonio Training Classes

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The company is hosting CEU and board-approved technician training classes on two dates in November.

| September 24, 2013

High Sierra Education is hosting CEU and board-approved technician training classes on two dates in November.
Dates and locations include:

CEUs
November 19
San Antonio, TX
Quality Inn 
3855 IH 35 North (Across from Splashtown)
8 a.m,

Board Approved Technician Training
October 30, 2013
Ramada
7043 Culebra Rd.
8 a.m.

Call 830-620-4440 or register online at www.highsierraservice.com



 

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