Automotive TechnicianTechnical Diploma
Are you mechanically inclined, detail-oriented, customer focused, and have a solid work ethic? If so, you may find a career as an automotive technician very rewarding!
Growth in the number of vehicles on the road means higher demand for qualified automotive technicians at auto dealerships, independent repair shops, and auto parts suppliers. However, today’s vehicles require advanced skills and an understanding of technology. At Mid-State, you will have hands-on learning on a variety of vehicles, including real-world opportunities to diagnose and repair cars for real customers.
Mid-State Automotive Technician students are trained by instructors who are industry experts. You will learn about engine and transmission repair, drive train and axles, suspension and steering systems, brakes, electrical systems, heating and air conditioning, and engine performance. Students also have access to state-of-the-art equipment. You will use a variety of hand and power tools, as well as complex electrical diagnostic equipment, to identify and perform repairs.
The Automotive Technician program is accredited by the National Automotive Training Education Foundation (NATEF).
- Automotive Machine Shop Technician
- Automotive Parts Salesperson
- Automotive Technician Specialist
- Maintenance Technician
- Small Engine Technician
- Specialty Shop Technician
|10605108||Intro to Electronics||2.00|
|32404307||Suspension & Steering Systems||5.00|
|32404375||Service Practices in Transportation Industry||1.00|
|32404330||Applied Fluid Power||2.00|
|10404101||Electronic Control System Programming||3.00|
|31809351||Applied Human Relations||2.00|
|32404312||Advanced Electrical Systems-Auto||5.00|
|32404326||Fuel Control System-Auto||5.00|
|32404376||Advanced Drivability - Auto||1.00|