Automotive Service

Automotive Service is designed to teach entry-level skills to students. Students will learn a variety of auto-related skills such as brakes, steering and suspension, electrical/electronics systems, and engine performance. They will also gain skills in automatic and manual transmissions, engine repair, and heating and air conditioning. Students can have the opportunity to participate in on-the-job training. Part-time students can complete the program in two years, and full-time students can complete it in one year. Auto Service is a NATEF certified program.

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Employment Opportunities

  • Auto Service Technician
  • Parts Counter Sales
  • Service Writer

Certifications Available

  • ODCTE Competency Tests: Brakes Technician, Steering and Suspension Technician, Electrical/Electronics Systems Technician, Engine Performance Technician, Heating and Air-Conditioning Technician, Engine Repair Technician and Manual Drive Train Axles Technician.
  • AST:  Brakes, Steering and Suspension, Electrical and Electronic Systems, engine Performance, Engine Repair, Heating and Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission/Transaxles, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Maintenance and Light Repair (ASE Student).
  • Career Readiness Certificate.

Degree Requirements

Automotive General Service Technician (NATEF Compliant)
Total Hours 995
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Automotive Services (NATEF) 45
Automotive Brakes (NATEF) 95
Automotive Steering and Suspension (NATEF) 95
Automotive Engine Repair (NATEF) 130
Automotive Electrical/Electronics (NATEF) 210
Automotive Engine Performance (NATEF) 160
Automotive Heating and Air-Conditioning (NATEF) 70
Automotive Automatic Transmission and Transaxle (NATEF) 80
Automotive Manuel Drivetrain and Axles (NATEF) 80
Workforce Staging 30

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

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For more information, call David Wright at 580-562-3181, ext. 255, or email [email protected].