The Automotive Technology Program is a hands-on training program that will train you
to become a skilled technician in two years or less.
Students can earn certificates of proficiency, state licenses, a two-year degree,
and/or ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Certification. Our facilities are equipped
with the latest technologies and equipment to help meet all of your educational goals.
Why choose to become an automotive technician?
If you have the desire to master the skills required to repair and service the modern
automobile; if you like working with your hands, problem solving and working with
cars or trucks then a career in automotive technology may be right for you.
Job duties of an automotive technician vary from engine performance specialist to
the complete rebuilding of engines and power trains. Other related jobs include parts
house counter person, insurance appraisers, service managers, managers of service
stations, lubrication drive-ins, and salespersons for major automotive equipment suppliers
Trained technicians are in great demand for outstanding job opportunities in all aspects of automotive service and repair.
Technicians possessing state licenses such as Smog, Lamp or Brake are in especially high demand with hourly rates ranging from $10 - $15 for entry-level positions. Journey level positions earn $15 to $24 per hour on average.
BAR Smog Recertification Class taught through Allan Hancock College Community Education typically twice a year.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3492 for class dates.
Industrial Technology Department, Building O
Phone: 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3335
Classes offered in the day and evening, Fall and Spring Semester:
Industrial Technology Office hours 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Office closed in July.
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