Automotive Service Technology
Gordon Cooper Technology Center offers full time career pathways to high school juniors, seniors and adults. High School students are eligible to receive math credit. Courses are offered from 8:15 to 11:15 AM and 12:55 to 3:55 PM Monday through Friday. A student can choose to attend either the AM or PM session or both sessions. All students must be assessed before entering a career major.
The overall goal of the Automotive Service Technology program is to prepare individuals for direct placement in automotive service repair. Instruction is offered in these automotive service areas: brakes, electrical and electronic systems, engine performance, and suspension and steering. Students may also have the opportunity to participate in on-the-job training while being paid by local companies.
Potential Salary Range: Approximately $9.00/hour to start with performance-based increases over time. $40k-50k/year is not uncommon after 3-5 years in the business.Instructors: Shawnee Campus program- Tony Brackett (405) 273-7493 x2233 or Seminole Campus program- Rick McClure (405) 273-7493 x1106