Automotive Technology

 

  • Maintain, repair, and fine-tune a wide range of vehicles alongside an ASE Master Technician in a full-service automotive center.

 

  • Utilize tools and diagnostic equipment in a modern facility to troubleshoot and repair complex automotive systems.

 

  • Work independently and in teams to optimize vehicle operation and performance using critical thinking skills.

 

This NATEF/ASE (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation/Automotive Service Excellence) certified program provides an introductory study of the function, construction, operation, testing, diagnosing, and servicing of the automotive systems eight certification areas: (A1) Engine Repair, (A2) Automatic Transmission and Transaxle, (A3) Manual Drive Train Axles, (A4) Suspension and Steering, (A5) Brakes, (A6) Electrical/Electronic Systems, (A7) Heating and Air Conditioning, and (A8) Engine Performance. Motivated and hardworking students that complete this program could be prepared for the State of Michigan certification tests in these areas.                             

What Students Are Saying

I learned how to work on cars with other people in a team effort. - Gabe

Before I came to the Career Center auto class, I didn't know much at all about suspensions. Now I know how they work and how to repair the different parts. - Caleb

I like the auto class so much that I don't want to leave. - Dominic