Auto Tech Courses
  • Auto Electrical, Auto Engine, Ground Transportation, Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Skills Learned in Lab
  • Test parts and systems to ensure that they are working properly
  • Identify mechanical problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment
  • Follow checklists to ensure that all critical parts are examined
  • Test and lubricate the vehicle’s engine and other major components
  • Perform basic care and maintenance, including oil changes, tune-ups, and tire rotations
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings
  • Disassemble and reassemble parts
  • Use testing equipment to ensure that repairs and maintenance are effective
  • Explain to clients their automotive problems and the repairs done on their vehicles
Licenses / Certifications
  • OHSA 10-hour safety
  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
  • Maintenance Light Repair(MLR)
Articulation Agreements
  • 6-18 credit hours at the University of Northwestern Ohio
Career Choices
  • Auto Service Technician with a dealership
  • Auto Service Technician in a service station
  • Independent garage Service Technician
  • Parts counter salesperson
  • Service tower operator
  • Service writer
  • Specialist Service Technician