Equipped with the latest testing and diagnostic equipment, Auto Service Technology students learn: brake repair and front-end alignment, engine performance analysis, engine repair, and transmission service. Graduates can diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical systems of an automobile.
- Material handling
- Flammable materials
- Operation of auto lift and shop equipment
- General auto shop safety
- Electrical and electronics - starting systems, charging systems, ignition systems, body control systems, lighting, and supplemental restraint systems.
- Engine systems - ignition systems, fuel delivery systems, exhaust systems, cooling systems, and emissions systems.
- Transmission and transaxle light service
- Steering and suspension repair/service - 2 and 4 wheel alignment,
- Fuel delivery systems repair/service
- Tire repair and balancing
- Conventional and ABS brake systems repair/service
- EstimatingParts identification and ordering
- Advanced technical training and specialized certification
- Associate’s degree in automotive technology obtainable
Students will participate in local and regional Skills USA/VICA contest
National Vocational Technical Honor Society
Students will participate in the Columbus Automobile Dealers Association Contest