Build on Your Knowledge to Move Up
Acquire new skills in order to work on a greater variety of vehicles and become eligible for higher paying positions. You learn how to diagnose and repair vehicle fault codes, address complex vehicle concerns, and use instruments to take readings and make repairs. Courses cover several topics, including scan tool use, on-car brake lathe use, alignments and advance drivers assistance systems.
This program is open to all students currently enrolled or planning to enroll in relevant automotive technology programs and will be located in our state-of-the-art facilities at the Career and Advanced Technology Center (CATC).
Attention, women interested in auto tech, you're not alone! Did you know the College has specialized services to help women break into this high-paying field? Our faculty can help you access scholarships and community-based support.
Ready to take the first step? Visit our Women in Automotive Technology page today to see women like you, and get started in this rewarding career!