Automotive Technology

Automotive technology is an ever changing, highly technical field. Students receive hands-on training to repair and diagnose automotive systems and learn about the complex workings of the electrical systems of automobiles. Students will spend their time in the classroom learning about the procedures and in the shop practicing the skills they have learned!

Program Path:

  • Exploratory Class
    • Introduction To Automotive Technology
  • Year 1
    • Automotive Technology I (Full year)
  • Year 2
    • Automotive Technology II (Full year)

Post-Secondary Agreements:

  • SMCC (11 total credits)
    • AUTO-101 Intro to Automotive Technology - 1 credit
    • AUTO-102 Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair - 2 credits
    • AUTO-155 Electrical 1 - 4 credits
    • AUTO- 111 Steering & Suspension - 2 credits
    • AUTO- 116 Brakes 1 - 2 credits
  • Central Maine CC
  • WyoTech
  • University of Northwestern Ohio

Licenses, Certificates, and Affiliations:

  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
  • OSHA
  • SP2 Mechanical Safety and Mechanical Pollution
  • NC3 Snap on Tools NC3 Meter Certification

What You'll Learn

  • Diagnose, maintain and repair domestic and foreign automobiles.
  • Diagnose and repair a variety of electronic/electrical systems.
  • Diagnose and repair a variety of mechanical systems.
  • Read and use multimeters and computer diagnostic equipment.
  • Service order writing and processing

Career Opportunities

  • Elevator Installer and Repairer
  • Transportation Inspector
  • Aircraft Mechanic and Service Technician
  • Service Station/repair shop owner
  • Manufacturing Equipment Technician
  • Wind Turbine Technician






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