The automotive service technician certificate II program prepares the individual for basic, entry-level employment in the automotive service industry. The essentials of the mechanical, electrical and environmental systems of the contemporary automobile and light truck are major components of the program.
The automotive technology program has been reviewed by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation and has full Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. The student is prepared and is encouraged to take the appropriate ASE certification exams.
The general education core will transfer to a variety of colleges and universities. Contact a counselor or faculty member at any of the colleges for specific information and to obtain the recommended sequencing of courses.
Licensure – Employment in this field requires federal licensure from the Environmental Protection Agency License # 608.
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
Automotive Service Technician2
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