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Automotive Technology – Mechanics

College Credits

In this program you can earn college credit!

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Campus/Instructors

Diamond Oaks:  Mark Chafin  chafinm@greatoaks.com
Laurel Oaks:  Gregory Stonehill  stonehig@greatoaks.com
Live Oaks:  Charles Overbee overbeec@greatoaks.com
Scarlet Oaks:  Ennio Braida braidae@greatoaks.com

Career Pathways

Automotive technician
Master mechanic
Diagnostician
Service manager

Learn more about a typical career option in this field!

Available Certifications

ECSI (Emergency Care & Safety Institute) CPR/First Aid Certification
ASE Student Certification
Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certification

Questions?

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Related Information

Learn more about this and other careers.

If you believe a smooth-running engine is a beautiful sound, and you want to keep cars running that way using the Button for high school applicationmost up-to-date tools and equipment, you’re in the right place.

Learn to:

  • Perform testing and diagnostic checks of automotive computers.
  • Diagnose and repair fuel, air induction, and exhaust systems.
  • Master four-wheel and front-end alignment.
  • Perform preventive maintenance.

(Note: This is a high school program. For options for adults, click here.)

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To be successful, you should have an interest in embracing technology, be ready to work with constantly changing technology, use your to learn the technology, and put that  knowledge to use with your hands in a timely manner to repair the latest vehicles in independent auto shops and new car dealerships. You’ll need a driver’s license and should be ready to pass a background check and drug test for employment.