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Automotive Programs

Shift Your Automotive Career into High Gear

Learn to provide quality auto repair and maintenance. You'll start with basic oil changes, tire rotation, brake installation and work up to suspensions, automatic transmission rebuilds, and major engine repair. As part of the program curriculum, you'll provide repair services to the community using the automotive lab. If you enjoy diagnostics and technology, learn by performing tasks, and prefer technical and physical tasks, this may be the program for you.

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Automotive Service Technician Technical Diploma
Automotive Technician Technical Diploma

“It's really good I know that with the program being accredited – I'm getting a high quality education. This school has all the resources that I need to learn to make it in the auto field. It's a lot of hands-on work on vehicles pretty much every day."

Levi, Nicolet Automotive Graduate

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Before you start a program, learn how your past experience can save you time and money. You may have previous education and work experience that could qualify for Credit for Prior Learning.

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Work in the Automotive Repair Lab

Provide quality auto repair and maintenance including basic oil changes, tire rotation, and wiper blade and headlight installs to brake, steering, exhaust and suspension work. More complicated work includes automatic transmission rebuilds and major engine repair. The services provided at any given time vary and are aligned with the topics studied in class.