Auto Mechanics Technology
Most community colleges offer an Associate of Applied Science in Transportation Technology, which includes Auto Body Repair, Automotive Mechanics, Automotive Technology, Aviation Maintenance, Technician, and Diesel Mechanics.
This program trains potentially skilled mechanics who may find a career not only in the automotive field, but also possibly in heavy equipment, farm machinery or aircraft. Auto mechanics work for auto dealers, repair shops, manufacturers, taxi and auto leasing companies, and government agencies.
Areas of Instruction:
- Shop Operations / Safety
- Engine tune-up
- Ignition Systems
- Carburetion & Fuel injection
- Wheel Alignment & Balancing
- Heating and Air Conditioning
- Charging & Starting Systems
Students are taught how to use diagnostic equipment to diagnose and repair the various systems, and troubleshoot potential future problems. Be the Next High Tech Automotive Technician.
Mr. Dan Kerlin
$6,600-Includes books, PA Auto Inspection, MACS 609A AC Card, NOCTI, OSHA & ASE student certification. Estimated expenses not included in tuition: Criminal Record Check – $22.00 Child Abuse Clearance – $8.00 Federal Criminal History Record-$22.60 Uniforms – $100.00 Work Boots – $100.00
Academic Year: 9 months/900 hours
Start Date: August
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-2:30 pm
Book Included in tuition:
Automotive Technology, A Systems Approach 6th Edition
Jack Erjavec and Rob Thompson