Automotive Service Technology 1 & 2

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY I-5510)
  • Learn preventative maintenance skills, suspension, brakes, basic electrical, & alignments
  • Analyze, diagnose, maintain, and repair basic and advanced automotive systems
  • Earn tools and scholarships in organizations like SkillsUSA and Hot Rodders of Tomorrow
  • Participate in AYES, a nationally recognized organization supported by more than a dozen automotive manufacturers
  • Opportunity for paid summer internships at local dealerships through AYES
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY II-5546)
  • Learn skills in engine repair, engine management, fuel, ignition, electronic engine controls and sensors, and automotive business structure and management
  • Perform real-world fixes, diagnosing, evaluating, correcting, and verifying repairs using the same tools and equipment the pros use
  • Earn opportunities for on-the-job internships
  • Earn scholarships and tools
  • Prerequisite: Automotive Service Technology 1
    (DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY I-5510)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for employment in the automotive service field and/or further education

Earn up to 21 college credits and early college certificate
ASE/NATEF Student certifications available
1st year costs = $150
2nd year costs = $125

Automotive Service Technology 1 & 2

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY I-5510)
  • Learn preventative maintenance skills, suspension, brakes, basic electrical, & alignments
  • Analyze, diagnose, maintain, and repair basic and advanced automotive systems
  • Earn tools and scholarships in organizations like SkillsUSA and Hot Rodders of Tomorrow
  • Participate in AYES, a nationally recognized organization supported by more than a dozen automotive manufacturers
  • Opportunity for paid summer internships at local dealerships through AYES
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY II-5546)
  • Learn skills in engine repair, engine management, fuel, ignition, electronic engine controls and sensors, and automotive business structure and management
  • Perform real-world fixes, diagnosing, evaluating, correcting, and verifying repairs using the same tools and equipment the pros use
  • Earn opportunities for on-the-job internships
  • Earn scholarships and tools
  • Prerequisite: Automotive Service Technology 1
    (DOE COURSE: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY I-5510)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for employment in the automotive service field and/or further education

Earn up to 21 college credits and early college certificate
ASE/NATEF Student certifications available
1st year costs = $150
2nd year costs = $125