Auto Services

In this ASE certified program, students learn to maintain, diagnose, and service automobiles. In Auto Services, students become familiar with brake and electrical systems, suspensions, and alignments.  In addition, students use the latest test equipment, including a computerized engine analyzer.  Shop management and safety topics are also included in the curriculum. Students who complete the program are eligible to take the Student ASE exam in May of their senior year to qualify for student certifications. Following the successful completion of the exams, students must work one year in the industry to receive their full ASE credentials.

  • Auto Glass Installer
  • Auto Technician
  • Auto Parts Sales Representative
  • Brake Specialist
  • Detailer
  • Diagnostician
  • Electrical Specialist
  • Estimator
  • Front-end Alignment Specialist
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Automotive Service Manager
  • Automotive Parts Manager
  • New Car Center Manager
  • Shop Owner

*Average Salary Range: $28,000- $115,000

*Based on skill level, education and experience

The Automobile industry is the one trade that incorporates all other trades within itself. Today’s automobile technicians must be Electricians, Plumbers, HVAC specialists, Welders, and Computer Programmers. It is truly one of the most in demand careers as well as the most rewarding.

Bryan Deitrick, Stark State College, Toyota T-Ten Coordinator

Program Instructor: Bill Morris Email:
Industry Credentials:  Student ASE Certifications
Course Credits: 3 Credits Per Year
Student Organization:  SkillsUSA 
College Partners: Stark State College, University of Akron, UNOH- University of Northwest Ohio
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