Automotive Technology

  • Students in Automotive Technology learn to diagnose, service and repair many different systems in today’s vehicles. Students also learn about computerized engine controls, emission controls, wheel alignment and how to perform New York state vehicle inspections. This NATEF (National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) certified program provides an excellent foundation to enter an automotive college program or the workforce.

     

    Instructor John Stratton's section
    Instructor Gordon Peckham's section

Internship Experiences

  • Students may participate in an internship experience in which they apply their skills and knowledge working with mechanics in real-world settings.  Students may also interact with professionals through campus presentations while considering future educational plans and/or career opportunities

Articulation Agreements/College Credit

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    Articulation agreements currently exist between OHM BOCES and the following institutions: 

    • Lincoln Technical Institute
    • Alfred State College of Technology (SUNY)
    • SUNY Canton
    • SUNY Delhi
    • University of Northwestern Ohio
Automotive Technology 2020-21

Potential Careers

  • With CTEC training:

    • Parts clerk
    • Service technician
    • Service writer
    • Tire repairer/changer

    With additional training:

    • Automotive engineer
    • Automotive shop manager
    • Automotive shop owner/operator
    • Sales representative/distributor
    • Service manager