Automotive Technologies Program
Preview of the Automotive Technologies 2020-21 program. Information subject to be updated.
The Automotive Technology program offers students a hands-on learning experience studying the basic automotive systems and maintenance of vehicles. Students in this program will study areas in an introduction to the automotive industry, preventative maintenance, brakes, steering and suspension, and engine repair. There are also options for college credit plus, Ford ACE training, and job placement.
Students in this program will learn:
- Introduction into the Automotive Industry
- Basic automotive system and maintenance
- Brakes: diagnosis and repair
- Electrical system diagnosis
- Steering and suspension and wheel alignment
- Engine performance diagnosis
- Internships available with participating dealerships
Automotive Technologies Higher Education Options
Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)²
Articulation Agreements with the following institutions:
Automotive Technologies Career Options
Students who have completed this program are prepared for careers as:
- Brake Specialist
- Front-end specialist
- General Auto Technician
- Lubrication Specialist
- Motor Tune-up Specialist
- Tire Specialist
- Service Writer
Automotive Technologies Industry Credentials
- (ASE) - A4 ASE Suspension & Steering (12 credits)
- (ASE) Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) (G1) (12 credits)
- (ASE) - A5 Brakes (12 credits)
- (ASE Student) - 10 Tests for 3 credits per test
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (1 credit)
Automotive Technologies Industry Organization
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