Automotive Technologies | AUT

1Learn the intricacies of automotive diagnostics and repairs. The curriculum includes training in air conditioning; brakes; fuel injection; computer control systems; Hybrid Fuels technologies; cooling systems; electricial and fuel systems; engine troubleshooting; engine tune-up and overhaul; transmissions; safety; plus wheel alignment and balancing. The program is National Automotive
Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified. The instructor is a factory trained ASE Master Technician. Students participate in the Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES)
program.  

Career Options

  • Automotive Technician
  • Brake Specialist
  • Specialty Technician
  • New Car Inspector
  • Parts And Accessories Manager
  • Service Station Technician
  • Transmission Specialist
  • Service Advisor
  • Service Manager
  • Automotive Training Specialist

Program Specifics

The Automotive Technologies program partners with the Automotive Youth Educational Services (AYES) program. Refer to www.AYES.org for additional career and educational information about this program.Students in the Automotive Technologies program work on the computer to obtain credentials and certificates of completion on various skills needed for employment and college entrance.



Opportunities In the Senior Year

College Articulation

 

Advanced Job Placement

Early Placement

School-To-Apprenticeship

 

Board of Regents (CT2 Initiative) – State Colleges, ASE/NATEF credential for brakes, electrical systems, engine repair, and suspension & steering – 4 courses
Columbus State Community College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Automotive Technology
University of Northwestern Ohio-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Automotive Technology
Nashville Auto-Diesel College-
test for placement majoring in Automotive Technology