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About the program

Students in the Auto Services Technology program diagnose, maintain, and repair a wide range of vehicles. They use the same diagnostic and repair equipment as Master Technicians to troubleshoot complex automotive systems. Students optimize vehicle operation and performance using critical thinking and math skills. In Auto Services Technology, students learn basic shop and safety practices, tool identification, engine repair and performance, brakes, electrical systems, steering and suspension, heating and air conditioning, and transportation foundations.

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Advanced diagnostic center

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Course Descriptions

Explore the program

Watch the Auto Services Technology program video to explore the lab and see the many hands-on learning opportunities that the program provides our students

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Discover career opportunities

View our career tree to learn about the wide variety of professional opportunities students are prepared for upon program completion or with further education

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Meet the instructor

David Beachler is the Auto Services Technology program instructor. Watch his open house session recording and view the program syllabus for more information

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Mr. Beachler is an amazing teacher who teaches us everything we need to know very well. I enjoy working on tires, taking them off the rim, and balancing them. I’ve learned so much about tires, the complete braking system, and suspension. After high school, I want to be a diesel technician and this program is preparing me for further education after I graduate.

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College credits

Earn up to 48 college credits through academic courses and articulated credit at individual colleges through this program

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Industry credentials

Industry-recognized credentials and certifications are embedded into this program

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Student organizations

Participate in SkillsUSA — which aims to provide students ways to learn and achieve through competitions

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Program supervisor

Have questions or need more information about this program? Contact Mrs. Karlovic at 330-847-0503 x1011

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