The Automotive Technology program is structured to provide the student with the entry level job skills and knowledge necessary to enter the work market as an automotive technician. Graduates are prepared to maintain, diagnose, and service the vehicles found in the automotive industry.
Heavy Equipment Operations
Graduates of this program will acquire the skills necessary to operate a variety of light/heavy equipment used in the construction and transportation industry. In addition the graduate will be trained to drive a tractor-trailer in order to take the Class A Commercial Driver’s License Test. Through a mix of theory classes and hands-on practice the graduates of the program will be able to operate a tractor (semi truck) and trailer, fork-truck, dump truck, bulldozer, backhoe, front-loader, excavator, tractor and have the ability to maneuver a trailer for the loading and unloading of equipment and materials. These skills are supplemented with math, print reading, soil studies and nishing/grading procedures.
This curriculum is designed to provide classroom, lab and “hands-on” training in the residential construction and remodeling elds; with particular emphasis and placed on the elds of carpentry, millwork, masonry, interior and exterior nishes and roo ng for entry-level positions in a number of areas.