Skilled & Technical Sciences

Automotive


automotive

Program Instructors:

  • Spencer Trout
  • Michael Lowe

Program Description:

The transportation pathway is designed to introduce students to the automotive industry as a career or hobby.   It provides opportunities to obtain the fundamental knowledge, skills, and training needed for employment or career advancement as an automotive technician. Courses will prepare students who want an entry level position in the automotive industry or plan on post-secondary schooling in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics. 

Course Information

Course Codes

  • Introduction to Automotive Technology 101601
  • Automotive Technology 101620

Length

2-4 Semesters

Certification

CareerSafe-OSHA 10hr certified

Recommended

2.0 GPA

Possible Careers

Service Station Attendant, Apprentice, Specialized Technician, Master Technician, Shop Supervisor, Service Manager

Average Entry Level Salary

$16-$20 per hour

Student Organization

SkillsUSA

Prerequisite

  • Introduction to Built Environment 1000EA0 (9th and 10th Graders)
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