Auto Services Technology

  • In the CTE Automotive Technology Program, students prepare to engage in the servicing, maintenance, adjustment, and repair of automotive components and systems. It also provides a sequence of learning experiences related to the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), ASE Education Foundation, and repair categories requiring certification. This program may include diesel engine repair. Learning activities in the classroom, laboratory, shop, and actual work setting are combined to provide students with the opportunity to become knowledgeable of nomenclature; safety principles and practices; and job entry level skills in disassembling, assembling, inspecting, repairing, and replacing components or systems.

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  • The Automotive Technology Program is offered at the following locations:

    • Airport High School
    • Huron High School
    • Trenton High School

    Additional Credit Requirements for Graduation:

    This state-approved CTE program may meet additional graduation credit requirements, including: 

    • Mathematics/Final Year Math-Related
    • Online Learning Experience
    • VPAA (Visual, Performing, and Applied Arts)


    Contact your district's high school counseling department for details.

    Possible Articulations:

    Baker College
    Davenport University 
    Delta College
    Ferris State University
    Northern Michigan University 
    University of Northwestern Ohio 
    Washtenaw Community College
    Wayne County Community College District

    Possible CTE Student Credentials:

    ASE Entry Level Certification

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