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  • Automotive Technology is a recognized NATEF/ASE accredited instructional program that emphasizes skills to diagnose, service and maintain all types of automobiles. Upon graduation and following one year of employment in the field, students are eligible to take the automotive NATEF/ASE exam. Successful graduates of this program are qualified to enter the automotive field as entry-level service technicians in new car dealerships or related automotive businesses. When students start in the program, they are introduced to topics such as brakes, steering and suspension, electrical, and engine performance. If students believe a smooth-running engine is a beautiful sound, and want to keep cars running that way while using the most up-to-date tools and equipment, that student is in the right place! To be successful, students should be ready to work with constantly changing technology. They have the opportunity to put that knowledge to use with their hands in a timely manner to repair vehicles


    Industry Certifications a student may earn:

    • OSHA-10
    • ICAR Greenlink: Safety & Pollution Prevention (SP/2)
    • Prepare for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification


    Median Wage for Related Occupations:

    • Electronic Equipment Installers & Repairers, Motor Vehicles $39,150
    • Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics $41,800
    • Automotive Product Specialists $40,000
    • Supervisor, Mechanics $67,340