As the number of vehicles in use continues to rise and with the increasing lifespan of late-model cars, more automotive technicians will be needed to repair and maintain vehicles for peak performance. Learn to troubleshoot and repair today’s automobiles in the Automotive Technology program accredited by the National
Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).
Instruction is provided through hands-on training with computerized diagnostic equipment, alignment racks, and other modern tools to diagnose, service, and repair automobiles.
Training in electronics prepares technicians to work on computerized electrical systems.
Preparation is available in each of the eight areas certified by ASE. Automotive
Technicians may find employment in car dealerships, independent shops, and service centers.
• Engine Repair Technician
• Brake Technician
• Suspension and Steering
• Automatic Transmission/
• Electronics Technician
• Automotive HVAC
• Engine Performance
|Time Commitment||Full Time|
|Typical Program Length||20 Months|
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1635 Technology Way
Athens, TN 37303
Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles.
Bright Outlook: Yes
Currently employed in the area: 15,440
Current job openings per year: 1,590