AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

In this program, students will:

Learn to diagnose, maintain and repair vehicles, operate computer diagnostic equipment and perform automotive services, driveability diagnosis, alignments, tire mount and dismount, road balance tires, and electrical troubleshooting.

Roger Page Automotive Technologies Instructor

INSTRUCTOR

Roger Page

E-mail

740-642-1349

  • Automotive Service Excellense (ASE) student certification - Braking, Suspension & Steering; Automotive Electronics/Electrical Systems; Engine and Powertrain; and Automotive Engine Performance

  • OSHA 10-hour

Students can earn up to 2 college credits upon successful completion of program courses.

  • Mechanic

  • Auto-parts manager

  • Auto shop owner

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Participate as a member of this career and technical student organization.