Automotive Technology

 

The Automotive Technology industry is rapidly growing in high performance computer and mechanical technology.   Safety is emphasized throughout the course. Common repair practices are emphasized by utilizing hands-on experiences on shop owned vehicles, component parts and actual customer vehicles.

Students will learn how to:

  • Perform engine tune-ups
  • Repair brakes
  • Diagnose and repair engines
  • Repair electrical systems
  • Use shop tools and equipment
  • Repair suspension and steering systems
  • Analyze hydraulic systems
  • Repair automotive drive trains


This program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.  These ASE certifications are recognized by Automobile Dealerships and repair facilities across the country.

Fast Facts: 2018 & 2019 Graduates
96% of Automotive graduates have received NATEF certification over the last two years. 
54% of Automotive graduates have entered with workforce following graduation
36% of Automotive graduates have continued their education in college following high school graduation


Graduates have attended the following institutions:
New England Institute of Technology
Community College of Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island
University of Northwestern Ohio