The Automotive Services program provides students with state of the art training in gas and hybrid vehicle repair and collision repair. Program graduates can be certified through Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (ICAR) and/or Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Students who graduate from the program will be prepared to find employment in the automotive and collision repair industry.
Some possible careers: Automotive Repair Technician, Automotive Apprentice Technician, Automotive Technician, Diagnostic Technician, Parts Technician, Smog Technician, Service Advisor, Service Manager, Collision Repair Technician, Custom Paint Refinisher, Customizer, Damage Appraiser, Detailer, Insurance Appraiser, Detailer, Insurance Appraiser, Paint Technician, and Parts Technician.
Program Student Learning Outcome statement:
- Students entering the automotive program(s) will earn a Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Services.
- Students earning a Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Services shall be prepared for entry-level positions in the Automotive Industry.
- Students currently working in the automotive Industry entering the automotive program(s) will be prepared for industry certification exams – Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (ICAR).
- Students earning a Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Services will successfully complete the safety and pollution exams.
Our program was evaluated according to strict standards set by the automotive industry. We were evaluated by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in all areas from our facilities to the number of instructional hours. We have skilled instructors and the latest tools and equipment. Now, more than ever, our graduates will be prepared to enter productive entry-level positions.
We are proud of this coveted recognition and our ability to produce competent technicians and employable students so desperately needed by the automotive industry.