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Automotive Technology

The Automotive Technology course is a three-year program that conforms to the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards. Adherence to the NATEF curriculum and standards exposes and trains students in the trade through a series of tasks and competencies in the areas of: brakes, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, suspension and steering, heating and air conditioning, and additional areas. The program provides the participants with a classroom segment and hands-on work. Students work daily on customer vehicles that have been scheduled for repairs. Students interact daily with customers, write service orders, schedule jobs, order parts and complete repairs. The program is self-paced.

The Automotive Technology program is a Chapter 74 approved program taught by ASE Master Certified and NATEF approved instructors.

Upon graduation, students are employed as entry-level technicians, mechanics, brake specialists, electronic technicians, assistant service managers, consultants, and sales people in the automotive parts supply business.

An automotive student working on a car
An automotive student working on a car


Appointments are only available for Medford residents and we don’t service cars over 12-years-old.