CIP Code: 47.0604
Students have opportunity to learn Automotive Service and Repair basic skills and earn industry certifications/credentials for entry-level positions in an Automotive Service Department.
23 years in industry achieving Master Technician status for Chrysler, GM and ASE + 23 years as teacher achieving 2003 National Automotive Instructor of the year, 2013 21st Century Automotive Challenge/EEVC Hall of Fame inductee
CAIS (ALLDATA), Automotive Lift Institute, WD-40 Tool and Equipment, (3) Valvoline Motor Oil + Chemical + Fluids, (9) SP2, Snap-On Hand Tool Safety, MACS Section 609 A/C, PA Safety Inspector, PA OBD II Emission Inspector + Coming soon – Subaru Level 1 (12 courses)
Brenner Tire and Auto, Stroup’s Service Center, Ascendance Truck Centers, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDot), Blaise Alexander Subaru, Peachey’s Garage, Fleming’s Garage, Hess Tire, Bobby Rahal Toyota-Lexus, Lake Ford, Lake Chevy, Lake Chrysler-Jeep, Faye L. Wagner Tire, Plus many more.
Entry-Level service technician, Parts department technician, Reconditioning Technician, Service Writer, Lot Porter, Service Manager, Service Director, General Manager, Shop owner/proprietor
Industry required footwear and full-length work pants
Dual Enrollment Opportunities
2 courses: (3 credit) Automotive Brakes + (3 credit) Automotive Steering and Suspension through Penn College Dual Enrollment
Career & Technical Student Organization
Skills USA, National Technical Honor Society, Automotive Competition
Level 1 & 2 students 9:20-11:40, Level 2 & 3 Students 12:40-2:50
Task grid to change starting in 2024-2025 school year as per PDE
Penn College, (OTC) Ohio Technical College, (UNoH) University of Northwestern Ohio, (CPDI) Central PA. Diesel Institute, (HACC) Harrisburg Area Community College, (NTI) NASCAR Technical Institute, (UTI) Universal Technical Institute, (ATC) Automotive Technical College and many, many others.