2 years
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About this course

the Automotive technician program combines classroom study and practical hands-on application to provide students with the essential training to determine the amount of service or repair needed on all types of automobiles and to understand and use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. the first nine months have been laid out to provide basic mechanical theory and hands-on skills used to keep them operating properly. the second nine months will provide the electrical and electronic knowledge and skills needed to understand, diagnose and repair all systems that use electricity for operation. this program has been accredited and certified by nAteF/ASe, a national automotive accrediting body

Entry Requirements

  • A copy of your high school transcript if you are still in high school or a final copy if you have graduated from high school or a copy of your GED scores. Complete the tear-off at the bottom of the application and send it to your high school.
  • Official TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) score report. Minimum score is 500.