19YB_Auto-Tech_003

Current Workforce Students

What You Will Learn

General skills

  • Auto Services: Skills include functioning, servicing and repairing of engines, suspension systems, brake systems, automotive electrical systems, fuel systems, and air conditioning.
  • Auto Collision: Skills include estimating, automotive painting, nonstructural and structural repair, welding and cutting, plastic repair, refinishing, and mechanical and electrical repair.
  • Diesel Systems: Skills include heavy truck service and systems operation, shop safety, OSHA and EPA rules, identification and proper use of shop tools and equipment, heavy truck component identification, and use of electronic service information.
  • Heavy Equipment: Skills include heavy equipment service and systems operation, shop safety, OSHA and EPA rules, identification and proper use of shop tools and equipment, heavy equipment component identification, and use of electronic service information.
  • Welding Program: Skills include shop safety, blueprint and welding symbol reading, operation of various tools and equipment, and processes including shielded metal arc, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, gas tungsten arc, and pipe welding.
Female mechanic student

Employability Skills

Employability skills are the skills necessary to obtain and keep a job. Our programs include employability training to make you a well-rounded candidate by developing skills in the following areas:

  • Interpersonal and communication skills
  • Adapting to workplace expectations
  • Situational awareness
  • Lifelong learning and professional development
Male welding student

Resources

The following resources are available for all current Workforce students: