Automotive Service Technology
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Gordon Cooper Technology Center offers full time career pathways to high school juniors, seniors and adults. A student is eligible to receive college credit for most full-time career majors. High School students are eligible to receive math credit for various career majors. Courses are offered from 8:10 to 11:10 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.
Automotive Service Technology is designed to prepare individuals for direct placement in automotive service repair. Instruction is offered in these automotive service areas: brakes, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, heating and air conditioning and suspension and steering.
Automotive training on vehicles and components includes the latest developments in Engine Repair, Heating & Air Conditioning, Manual Drive Train & Axles, Suspension and Steering, Automatic Transmission/Transaxles, Brakes, Electrical Systems, and Engine Performance. Students may also have the opportunity to do On the Job training while being paid by local companies. The average income for this profession is $18.20 hourly, $37,850 annually.