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Automotive Service Technician

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Automotive Service Technician

Prepare the students for the Automotive Service Excellence Certification Exam (ASE)

THIS COURSE WILL:

  • Prepare students to become productive citizens in cooperation with business and other educational agencies
  • Develop skills and knowledge to become a qualified auto technician
  • Develop skills and knowledge to become a qualified auto technician
  • Develop problem solving skills through automotive diagnostic testing
  • Develop management and entrepreneurial skills

INSTRUCTION AREAS

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN I
      • Brakes
      • Electrical
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN II
      • Steering and Suspension
      • Engine Performance
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PROGRAM FEATURES

  • Students dually enrolled and receive credit at Northshore Community Technical College
  • Total of 3 high school credits for the year
  • Lab fee of $25

INDUSTRY INFORMATION

  • Immediate opportunities are available in entry level automotive field positions
  • Automotive industry has over 800,000 openings nationwide
  • Average salary for technicians is over $30,000 per year

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many high school credits can I receive by taking this class?

You can earn 3 high school credits per year (two year program).

How many college credits can I earn by taking this class?

You could receive up to 20 hours of college credit per year (two year program).

Can I take this course for only one year?

Yes, although this course is a two year program, you may take it for only one year.

What Certification exams are offered?

Students will be prepared and have the opportunity to take the Automotive Service Excellence Certification (ASE). Once a student passes the exam, they must complete two years of work experience in their area to be fully certified.

What job opportunities are available once completing this course?

Students who complete one or two years of the course may go directly to work in entry level positions at automotive dealerships, service centers, and parts stores.

Where could I attend to finish this program?

Students who complete one or two years of the course may continue their education in the Louisiana Technical College System or a Community College offering Automotive Technology.

Course Fee : $20.00

Speak to your school counselor to sign up.

Course Instructor

Mike DeVille

Mike DeVille

Teacher

Quick Info

  • Computer and more tools available during the courses
  • Online course content access
  • SMS and Email notification
  • Affordable course fee
  • Dedicated Course Trainer

Careers for your Future

This course runs over a 36 week period with a total cost of $20.