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Automotive Technology
Automotive Technology

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Students will acquire knowledge, skills, and experience in the repair and maintenance of automobiles and light trucks. Efficient application and use of safe shop practices, tools and equipment is an important part of the training. Through the ASE curriculum, and classroom and live shop experiences, students will have an opportunity to learn entry-level skills needed in the repair and maintenance of cooling systems, brakes, steering and suspension, as well as engine performance. Successful completers of this program will be prepared for related entry-level employment and/or continued education at the post-secondary level. Students will participate in SkillsUSA as part of the course requirements.

Career Path + Salary Ranges*

  •  Auto Service Technicians & Mechanics - $39,550
  • Diesel Service Technicians & Mechanics - $46,360
  • Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment and Service Technicians - $50,320
*Data taken from the National Occupational Handbook