Hart Career Center
Automotive Technology

Students in Automotive Technology study a variety of topics including:

  • Brakes
  • Steering & Suspension
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Engine Performance

Automotive Technology students participate in SkillsUSA.

Graduates from the Automotive Technology program go on to enroll in post-secondary training or obtain employment as entry-level techs for private shops or dealerships.

Courses
Auto Mechanics I (3 Hour) (C6041)
Auto Mechanics II (3 Hour) (C6051)
Credit(s): 3 Credit Type: Practical Art
Grade Level: 11, 12
This program prepares students to meet the challenges of diagnosing today’s automobiles. State-of-the-art equipment is provided to prepare students to perform the repair tasks involved in the automotive industry. The course will prepare for an entry level position in a career or post- secondary program.
Faculty

Ron Crowe is an ASE Master Certified instructor with thirteen years in the classroom. He brings twenty years of field experience in automotive technology.