Automotive Technology


Automotive Technology is a two-year program designed to prepare students for the Automotive Industry and post secondary education. Students will train according to the *NATEF **MLR standards both in the classroom and lab. This program covers eight areas: Engine Repair, Electrical Systems, Brakes, Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles, Engine Performance, Heating and Air Conditioning, Steering and Suspension and Manual Drive Train and Axles. Students will use on-line repair manuals, follow step-by-step diagnostics and repair procedures, and write repair orders. Customer service, communication, professionalism and time management will be taught in an effort to prepare students for a career in the automotive industry. Upon completion, individuals have the potential to graduate with industry recognized credentials such as:

  • ASE Student Certification
  • Maine State Inspection Mechanic License
  • Safety and Pollution 2 (SP/2) Certificate
  • OSHA 10 or 30 Card (depending on course covered during school year time permitting)
  • American Lift Institute Certificate