Automotive service centers, independent or discount automotive repair facilities, retail automotive parts shops, automotive dealerships, automotive wholesale facilities.
Our ASE Education Foundation accredited program gives you the knowledge and skills to find a successful career
For those who like to work with their hands and know their machines. Everyone needs a good automotive service tech at some point, and our program prepares you to be that someone. Learn how to properly maintain automotive functions, diagnose issues and repair anything from brakes to air conditioning systems.
Our program is accredited by the ASE Education Foundation, meaning it prepares graduates to enter the workforce with full knowledge of the latest tools and techniques available in servicing and repairing vehicles. Our transportation technology facilities have high-quality tools and state of the art equipment so graduates understand how they function from day one on the job.
Get ahead in a fulfilling automotive service career by joining our program, where hands-on work gives you the knowledge and experience you need to service vehicles quickly and effectively.
Automotive service technicians maintain automotive systems and diagnose and repair issues by applying a systematic, methodical approach to solving problems. Some tasks require the abilities to perform detailed work with the hands and eyes. For success in this career, automotive service technicians must be able to work both independently and as a team member. In addition, automotive employers expect a clean and neat appearance that displays professionalism. Additionally, employers are seeking employees with a good driving record, a clean background check and the ability to pass a drug test.
more cars on the road in 2019 than the year before. That number is projected to keep increasing.
Robert Blair is an Automotive Service Tech instructor at the Reno Campus.
Steve Boyd is an Automotive Service Tech instructor at the Rockwell Campus
Eric Ensz teaches Automotive Service Technology at the Reno campus. He is a graduate of General Motors Corporation’s Automotive Service Educational Program, is an Automotive Service Excellence Master Technician, and is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. Eric previously worked as an Automotive Technician for 17 years, including an Oldsmobile dealer in Enid, Okla., and two different Chevrolet dealerships in Oklahoma City.
Jeff Johson is an Automotive Service Tech Instructor at the Rockwell Campus.
Charles Lawson is an Automotive Service Technology instructor at the Rockwell Campus.
Kody VanOsdol is an Automotive Services instructor at the Danforth Campus.