- Identify mechanical or electrical problems, maintain, and repair all automotive systems
- Operate an on-site ASE-certified auto repair business
- Use the same state-of-the-art tools/equipment and cutting-edge technology as professional mechanics
What can I do when I graduate?
What would I do in this class?
- Entry-level dealership technician
- Independent garages
- Tire and muffler service centers
- Auto parts stores
What can I do with further training?
- Operation and use automotive tools and equipment
- Basic automotive service skills
- Vehicle inspections
- General maintenance, fluid services
- Tire repair and balancing
- Front end alignment, suspension, and steering
- Brake service
- Electrical, engine performance service
- Stark State College
- Manufacturer on-the-job training programs
- Northwestern Auto and Diesel
- Universal Technical Institute
Program Quick Facts
- Lift 50 lbs.
- Read and comprehend service manual information and instructions
- Stand and work on their feet for several hours at a time
- Communicate well with customers, managers and fellow workers
- Use PC based computers and hand held diagnostic equipment to access information and trouble shoot problems
- Have good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity to perform mechanical repairs
- Perform the job in both hot and cold conditions
- Handle getting dirty as part of the job
- Work in an orderly fashion, and strive for quality repairs
Minimum of 2 - Dark blue pants and long or short sleeved shirt, work boots (to be supplied by the student)