Cars have gotten complicated; we’ve kept up.
Salina Tech’s Automotive Technology Program is taught by ASE certified master technicians with more than 30 years of experience in the automotive service industry.
Throughout the two-year program, students will learn the knowledge and skills needed to properly maintain, repair and troubleshoot various automotive components including, steering, transmission, suspension, drive trains, brakes, and electrical systems, among many others. In addition to class time, students will gain valuable hands-on experience with real-world automotive service jobs so that when they do graduate, they’re ready to go to work.
This program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) — a division of the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). All high school students who enroll must start the program as juniors.
What You Will Learn
Diagnose, service, and repair…
Suspension & Steering systems
Automatic transmissions and transaxles
Manual drive trains and axles.
Automotive HVAC systems.
Drum and disc brake systems.
Engine performance systems.
Front End Specialist
Self-Employed Mechanic (Shop Owner)