Automotive Service Technology

  • If you are interested in cars and want to repair high-tech vehicles, take a closer look at Metro’s Automotive Service Technology pathway. This program is certified by Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and is designed for students who would like to work in the automotive service industry.

Students working under hood of car
  • AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES PATHWAY

    Students will learn about diagnosing and repairing four (4) ASE automotive areas:

    • Brakes
    • Electrical/ Electronic Systems
    • Engine Performance
    • Suspension & Steering

    Students will learn how to use state-of-the-art manufacturer scan tools (Tech II, Genesis, DRB III, Snap-on Scanner, Star Scan).

    Students also receive training on Hofmann Geoliner 670 Wheel Aligner.

    All students will be registered learners of study on the CDX online curriculum. The summer prior to senior year, students may participate in an Internship program paired with a professional experienced in the field.

    This program of study will provide an excellent foundation for continuing education at a college/university or specialty school of the student’s choice.

    COURSES IN THE PATHWAY:

    Level 1:  Fall [1 credit]: Brakes; Spring [1 credit]:  Automotive Electrical Systems

    Level 2:  Fall [1 credit]:  Engine Performance and Repair; Spring [1 credit]:  Suspension & Steering

    Level 3:  Fall [1 credit]:  Advanced Automotive Services; Spring [1 credit]:  Automotive Service Lab