Automotive Technology

Tools, Technology, and Computers!
Automotive Service Technology courses prepare students for careers not only in the automotive service industry, but also in engineering, skilled trades, and cutting-edge 21st century opportunities. The latest service and diagnostic equipment coupled with highly qualified instructors provides students with a phenomenal opportunity to begin career preparation while in high school. Schools in this consortium offer nationally recognized as NATEF accredited programs in: Maintenance and Light Repair.

Automotive Technology students are self-motivated and yield technical skill sets that are employable directly out of high school. They exercise the practical use of mathematics, reading, and science while diagnosing, servicing, and completing vehicle service. Hands-on applications, electronic service information, technical literature, advanced technologies and industry standard tools and equipment create the perfect medium for quality education with real results.

Available Courses

School Program Instructor Contact High School Credit Post Secondary Credit
Automotive TechnologyRandy Smith810-225-5731
rsmith@pickneypirates.org

4th Math, Visual Performing Applied Arts, 2nd Global Language, 3rd ScienceBaker College, Davenport University, Ferris State University, Washtenaw Community College
Automotive TechnologyRocky Roberts810-299-4100
robertro@brightonk12.com

4th Math, Visual Performing Applied Arts, 2nd Global Language, 3rd ScienceBaker College, Davenport University, Ferris State University, Washtenaw Community College
Automotive Technology 1 & 2Ron Weston810-626-2290
ronweston@hartlandschools.us

4th Math, Visual Performing Applied Arts, 2nd Global Language, 3rd Science, Online ExperienceBaker College, Davenport University, Ferris State University, Washtenaw Community College