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Automotive Technician

Automotive Technician

The Automotive Technician Specialist-Tech C Registered Apprenticeship program is intended to provide employers with a skilled workforce. Through a combination of related instruction (classroom and lab), ASE certifications, and On-the-Job-Learning (OJL) individuals employed in the automotive industry will be able to advance to a Tech C within a two-year timeframe. As a prerequisite for entry into the apprenticeship program, students must have one year of documented prior experience or completion of the G1 Auto Maintenance and Light Repair pre-apprenticeship course.

Required Courses
A4 Steering & Suspension

The A4 Suspension and Steering course is designed to train students to perform maintenance on automotive suspension and steering systems. The course addresses the diagnosis and repair of steering and suspension systems, wheel alignment, and wheel and tire diagnosis and repair. This course satisfies one of the four required courses for the Automotive Technician Specialist – Tech C Apprenticeship program.

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A1 Engine Repair

The A1 Engine Repair course is designed to train students to perform automotive engine system maintenance and repair. The course addresses the engine diagnosis and repair, cooling systems, as well as fuel, electrical, ignition, and exhaust systems. This course satisfies one of the four required courses for the Automotive Technician Specialist – Tech C Apprenticeship program.

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A5 Automated Brakes

The A5 Automotive Brakes course is designed to train students to perform maintenance on automotive brake systems. The course addresses the diagnosis and repair of hydraulic, power assist, and parking brake systems, disc and drum brakes, and electronic brake control systems. This course satisfies one of the four required courses for the Automotive Technician Specialist Apprenticeship program.

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A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems

The A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems course is designed to train students to perform maintenance on automotive electrical and electronic systems. The course addresses the diagnosis and repair of general electrical, starting, charging, instrument, and body electrical systems. This course satisfies one of the four required courses for the Automotive Technician Specialist – Tech C Apprenticeship program.

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Program Details
Tuition Cost:
$1,196.00
Hours:
288
Required Materials:
  • Additional fees: Books and registration fee $600.00
Documents:
Contact:
Courtney Brown
(302) 697-4545