• What You Will Learn:
    Students have the opportunity to gain skills through intensive hands-on and quality instruction, while working alongside master ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) technicians in a full-service, interactive automotive lab designed to simulate current industry standards. Curriculum is focused on safety, tool usage, and operation of an auto mechanics auto service facility and is designed to graduate entry-level technicians. Areas of study include brakes, steering, suspension, and engine mechanical and basic automotive maintenance. Students are offered an ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) approved curriculum with hands-on experience. 

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  • Academic Credit:

    • VPAA - Visual, Performing & Applied Arts Requirement

    • OLE - Online Learning Experience Requirement

    • SMR - Senior Math Related

    Ability to earn Industry Credentials based on student performance:


    • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry-Level

      • Automatic Transmission/Transaxle

      • Automobile Service Technology

      • Brakes

      • Electrical/Electronic Systems

      • Engine Performance

      • Engine Repair

      • Heating and Air Conditioning

      • Maintenance and Light Repair

      • Manual Drive Train and Axles

      • Suspension and Steering

    • Michigan Mechanic Certification Test

    Articulation with Colleges and Universities:

Typical Course Progression:

  • Listed below are potential careers at different experience/educational levels. Students and parents are encouraged to use their Xello account to find out more about careers in this pathway.  The career is also linked to O*NET Online, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, employment and training administration.