Confidently step into the fast paced world of automotive technology with the education, skills and credentials employers seek! The demand for automotive service technicians and mechanics is growing and the number of jobs is expected to rise by 5% over the next 7 years, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The BLS also suggests that the need for technicians will increase with the number of vehicles on the road, growth in the driving age population and the rise of multi-car families. In addition, the BLS states that those who have completed formal post secondary training programs or achieved ASE certification should enjoy the best job prospects. (Source: www.bls.gov )
Formal training can help make you stand out to potential employers. Through classroom and hands-on training, the Auto Technology program at MCCTC Adult Career Center prepares you for a wide variety of job opportunities in car dealerships, repair shops, and fleet repair facilities. Learn how to perform in-demand services, such as oil changes, brakes, manual drive train and axle repair, heating and air conditioning, electrical systems, suspension and steering, engine repair and so much more.
- ASE Brakes (ASE 302-02)
- Maintenance and Light Repair (ASE G1)
- ASE-C1 Automobile Service Consultant (ASE C1)
- Engine Repair (ASE A1)
Total Hours: 900 Published weeks: 62
Tuition & Fees: $9,275
Estimated Books & Supplies: $730
(books and supplies estimated and subject to change)
Estimated Cost: $10,005
DATE: Feb. 1 2021 to
TIME: 5:30 PM to
DAYS: Mon Tue Wed Thu 5:30P-10P Program starts February 1, 2021.
Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student Loan, VA, TAA, WIA, No interest School Payment Plan
Available to those who qualify.
High School Diploma or GED. CASAS Assessment Testing
CIP Code: 47.0604
SOC Code: 49-3023
Estimated Cost of Attendance:
Dependent Students: $24,701
Tuition & Fees: $29,825
We take estimated direct costs (tuition and fees) and add them to estimated indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation, room and board and other personal expenses). The result is an academic year's Cost of Attendance for a full-time student. Your actual expenses may be more or less than the average estimates used.