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Career Readiness for students


Automotive Technology/Dealership Training

Is Automotive Technology/Dealership Training for You?

  • Do you like to discover how things work?
  • Do you enjoy building and assembling things?
  • Are you a problem solver?
  • Do you like to see instant progress with your work?

About the Program

Standards covered include an introduction to tool and equipment safety; introduction to shop equipment; vehicle maintenance; brake service; brake system repair; automotive electricity, battery and charging system; and employability and communication skills. This course aligns to the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) standards

Sample Course Plan for Automotive Technology/Dealership Training 


Sample Courses


Certifications/Awards for Completing High School Plan

Student ASE Certifications - in up to eight areas including: General Service Technician, Brakes, Suspension, Electrical, Engine Performance

S/P2 Certifications - Safety and Pollution

Snap-On multi meter certification

Earn college credits while in High School


Local Colleges Offering a Continuation of the Program

dealership training

Career Opportunities

Where this Program is Offered


If this program is not available at your school, meet with your counselor to select courses that will allow you to explore your interest in these careers.

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