Students earn a one-year credit towards the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification.
With integrated electronic systems and complex computers running today’s automobiles, auto technicians have become diagnostic, high-tech problem solvers. They must be able to utilize new electronic diagnostic equipment as well as traditional hand tools to inspect, maintain and repair automobiles. They must also have good reasoning skills and a thorough knowledge of the automobile as well as be able to work with digital manuals and reference materials. Opportunities are best for those who complete postsecondary automotive training programs.
What You'll Learn
- Basic automotive service skills
- Preventive maintenance and vehicle balancing
- Front end alignment and suspension and staring
- Brake service
- Engine performance and electrical
- SP2 - safety and Pollution prevention