The Automotive Service Technology training program includes specialized classroom and lab experiences concerned with all phases of maintenance and repair of automotive vehicles. Automotive Service Technology students are trained in the use of technical and flat-rate information systems, electronic and print, as well as a variety of hand and power tools.
Instruction in Automotive Service Technology is provided along with practical experience in diagnosis of malfunctions, disassembly of systems, part inspection, engine overhaul and repair, ignition systems, brakes, transmissions, etc.
Automotive Service Technology training also includes the use of electronic diagnostic and other test equipment. Specialty training is provided in such areas as air conditioning, front-end alignment, tune-up, and the use of computerized automotive repair data systems.
The Automotive Service Technology program is certified as a Master Training Program by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) meeting national training standards in eight Automotive Service Excellence areas of certification.
The standard length of this program is 1800 hours.
College Credit Transfer Opportunity and / or Advanced Credit
Upon completion of the Automotive Service Technology program and meeting eligibility requirements, students may be able to transfer up to 44 college credits to Broward College toward an A.S. Degree in Automotive Service Management Technology.
Estimated Costs (based on 1 FULL year of documented Florida residency):
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Certification fees and tools for entry level employment are additional.
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