The Automotive Technology program provides students with a challenging curriculum that prepares them to master skills required to pass Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examinations. Graduates may pursue employment or continue their education at a technical school or college. Currently this program offers post-secondary articulation agreements with Ohio Technical College, Universal Technical Institute, and Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Automotive Collision Repair
Skilled automotive collision repair technicians and refinishers are needed to meet current and future labor market demands. Students receive technical instruction in auto collision repair, alignment parts and panel replacement, glasswork, custom trim and painting. A challenging curriculum prepares students with opportunities to master skills required to pass the iCar certification examination. Graduates may pursue employment, continue their education at a technical school, or go to college.
Automotive Repair specialists build, maintain, and repair the mechanical and electrical body parts of cars, trucks, and buses. Instruction includes automotive diagnostics, and major automotive repairs. Students learn to use motors, engine analyzers, measuring instruments, and computer scan tools. Graduates find employment opportunities as service technicians, shop supervisors, dealer preparation technicians, tire repairers, auto maintenance technicians, or may pursue advanced technical training.