The Automotive Technology Career Academy is a comprehensive program that incorporates all aspects of the automobile. Students explore automotive systems and their components and learn how to apply automotive operating principles and diagnose malfunctions. Students develop skills in service, repair, and diagnostic procedures.
This ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified shop provides the opportunity for students to prepare for college and trade schools as well as the workforce. Student can earn industry certifications from ASE, compete in Skills USA competitions, and gain hands on experience. The Warren Tech Automotive shop features an agreement with Warren County Community College that enables students to continue their education at WCCC where they can earn an Associate Degree in Automotive Technology.
The Warren Tech Automotive Technology Career Academy has a variety of pathways available for students to pursue: College Prep, the Workforce, Trade Schools and the Military.
Students enrolled in Automotive Technology classes at Warren Tech are prepared to continue their education through a partnership with Warren County Community College.
Warren Tech automotive students are also introduced to various automotive trade schools and are prepared to continue their education at one of the schools should they choose this pathway. Past Warren Tech graduates from this program have gone on to Universal Technical Institute (UTI), Lincoln Tech, and BMW Service Technician Education Programs.
Work Force Ready or Military
Automotive Technology students are also prepared to enter the workforce out of High School. Warren Tech Automotive provides students with the skills they would need to begin a career as a technician. By obtaining Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications in the program students are very marketable for careers. Successful students in this pathway also have the opportunity to begin working through our CIE program that allows them the opportunity to begin working while in high school. Automotive Technology students also have the option to pursue military careers. Students will obtain skills that could be used to pursue options as a military mechanic.
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