CCCTC Automotive Mechanics Program is More Than Just Cars

In photo from left to right are Automotive Mechanics’ students Noah Ferguson and Jacob Wazelle, both Curwensville Area High School students.

Students in the Automotive Mechanics program not only learn about becoming an automotive technician with instruction in automotive engine, automotive engine systems, lubrication, cooling, fuel, exhaust, electrical and electronics systems, but they are also learning about motorcycle training.  Students are instructed on both aspects which gives them another avenue to pursue. Students in the photo are installing a set of custom handlebars on one of the training motorcycles. To learn more about the Automotive Mechanics program visit us at