The aim of this program is to provide trainees with a thorough understanding of the methods of servicing and repairing automotive vehicles. Trainees are taught to use the proper factory-approved methods of servicing, repairing, and maintaining vehicles. Training includes learning to make proper diagnosis using test equipment, hand tools, special equipment, precision measuring tools, and service manuals and specifications.
Training in automotive technology is designed to give students skills and technical knowledge which will prepare them for entrance into the automotive field. Units of instruction include training in the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program, math, and the eight areas of A.S.E. certification: engines, electrical systems, climate control, engine performance, brakes, chassis, powertrains and transmissions.
|Time Commitment||Full Time, Part Time|
|Typical Program Length||20 Months|
|Class Type||Day, Night|
Students must be at least 18 years old and not attending public school. However high school students may attend through dual enrollment provided it is approved by their school counselor, the local school administrator and the College of Applied Technology president.
426 Highway 91 North
Elizabethton, TN 37643