Automotive Technology Career Preparation
Automotive Technology students learn all aspects of automobile diagnostics and repair as well as automotive business management. Students receive instruction in a state-of-the-art automotive service and repair facility using customer-owned vehicles.
Silver Lake’s Automotive Technology program is certified by the National Automobile Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). All instructors are Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified and continually attend trainings to remain current in the latest automotive trends.
Certifications or licenses you may earn in this program:
∙ Automotive Technology Program Certificate
∙ Mobile Air Conditioning Service License
∙ Valvoline Motor Oil Training Certificate
∙ Lift It Right Certification
∙ AAA/Ford Automotive Skills Certificates
∙ 10-Hour OSHA Safety Training
Which skills are learned?
Engine repair, wheel and tire mounting, brake repair, transmission repair, steering and alignment, diagnostics, parts inventory, customer service.
What type of job can you get after graduation?
Entry-level service technician, service writer, parts department, dealership training program, technical salesperson, glass installer.
With additional training / education, what jobs are available?
Instructor, shop foreman, service writer, parts manager, service manager, factory representative, or business owner.