The modern automobile has become a technically complex device to maintain and repair. The technician must call upon knowledge of sound mechanical and electrical principles to service the integrated systems of the automobile. These skills are needed by individuals to enter the work force as entry-level automotive service technicians. Intensive career preparation is provided through a combination of classroom instructions and hands-on experience. The Automotive Technology program at Franklin Technology Center helps you obtain the skills you need to succeed in the automotive service industry.
Steering and suspension
Electrical and electronics
Automotive Technology is designed to teach the various mechanical aspects of the Automotive service field such as:
Diagnosis & Repair of:
Brake Systems (including ABS)
Engine Performance (Computerized Engine Controls)
Training in the use of the latest tools & equipment
Proficient in repair estimates
MO Safety Inspection Training for certification
ASE Certified Program with 288 hands on competencies
Entry Level Employment Opportunities:
Retail and Wholesale Automobile Dealers
Independent Automotive Repair Shops
Automobile Manufacturing Plants
Automotive Parts Supply Stores
Automotive Service Facilities
* Instruction subject to change, as determined by FTC.
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**tuition and fees for 2019-2020 are estimates only and are subject to change**
A NON-REFUNDABLE Application Fee of $50 is required prior to acceptance into program.
Up to 67% LESS than other schools!