Automotive Technology

The Automotive Program will provide students with basic training in the operation, diagnosis, and repair of all automotive systems including engine repair, engine performance, brakes, suspension and steering, electrical systems, transmission and drive train, and air conditioning. Students will learn by studying theory of operation and by hands-on experiences in the shop, which is equipped with the most modern, state-of-the-art tools and diagnostic equipment necessary to service today’s automotive systems.



The number of jobs for automotive service technicians is projected to steadily grow in the next ten years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that the median annual salary of an automotive mechanic was $37,850 in 2015, which amounts to $18.20 per hour. According to, the average annual income for an A.S.E.-certified master technician is $45,000. At the height of their careers, some master automotive mechanics can expect to make twice that much. 

The automotive program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundations (NATEF). This program is a division of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This national accreditation, which has been in place since 2000, assures employers that the students have been trained with the most up-to-date curriculum, tools, and equipment required by NATEF’s strict standards. 

Students can earn up to 16 hours of articulated credit from State Fair Community College. 


“Our goal is to prepare students for a successful career in the automotive industry. They gain so many skills that will give them a great start.”  Mr. Brad Stone, instructor

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