Automotive Technology Program Overview
• Prepares the student for an entry level technical trade
• Teaches a specialized trade in a demanding industry
• Prepares students in employment in city, state, and federal government agencies, independent companies or for self-employment
The Automotive Technology Program offers an Associate of Science Degree, a certificate program, and a complete Bureau of Automotive Repair emissions program. We offer day and evening courses. Our program is articulated with the Shasta-Trinity, Red Bluff and West Valley Regional Occupation Programs. This site contains information related to our program and to various subjects useful to automotive interests. We welcome your comments about these pages. Send your comments, ideas, or suggestions to Dan Bryant, Automotive Technology Instructor.
The Automotive Technology Program prepares a student for entry into the auto technician trade. Training will develop your skills in engine, chassis, electrical repair, and power train. Other classes teach you how to operate diagnostic equipment, perform front end alignments, repair power steering systems, adjust and overhaul fuel systems, repair transmissions, and repair and adjust air-conditioning systems. Courses are designed to prepare students to become an ASE Certified Technician. In addition, Automotive Technology offers several certificates that could lead to specialized areas of employment such as brakes, smog or air conditioning.
We are dedicated to helping you reach your educational and career goals. To begin your journey, apply for admissions today!