Automotive Service Technology is a two-year program for sophomores,juniors and senior students interested in the automotive field. The course is taught to automotive industry standards. Students receive classroom instruction followed by hands-on lab activities using mock-up units and live work. The class is divided between classroom theory and hands on lab work dealing with some the latest computerized equipment.
(NATEF) The program is certified by NATEF (National Automotive Training Education Foundation) which administers the ASE Student certification process.
Automotive Technician, Service Writer, Automotive Engineer, Auto Shop Owner and parts sale, Pit Crew Mechanic
$37,850 Average Median Annual Salary
$18.20 Average Median Hourly Salary
(Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills) Students participate in community service projects and various skill competitions through Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills. Through these activities, students develop leadership and organizational skills, team building, interpersonal communications, and enhanced technical skills.