The program is comprised of a core curriculum and Automotive Collision Repair I and II. The occupational standards for each are aligned with National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards. The program is designed and delivered as a coherent sequence of experiences using technical instruction, academic foundations, experiential learning, supervised occupational experience and leadership and personal development through the Career and Technical Student Organization, SkillsUSA.
Expect to learn:
  • Build and program robotics and automated systems
  • Read blueprints and technical drawings for project design
  • Produce mechanical parts, assemblies and drawings
  • Create products using problem solving skills and teamwork
Other Features:
  • College credit and internship opportunities may be available
Career information for this industry:
  • Salary range: $53,210 - $126,430
  • Education range: Bachelor's Degree to Master's Degree
  • Projected job growth: 5%
Statistics according to Bureau of Labor Statistics for Mechanical Engineers, Retrieved: 11/5/15

CTSO affiliated with this program:


Schools offering this program:
Bioscience Camelback Chavez Fairfax Metro Tech

Schools offering this program for Dual Enrollment Credits:
Camelback Metro Tech