automotive service technology 1         

1050 Hours / 35 Weeks                                        
pell ELIGIBLE Program #T400700                                                       
CIP #0647.060411

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: 

This training program will prepare students for employment as Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics. The content includes, but is not limited to, finance; technical and product skills; underlying principles of technology; labor issues; community issues; and health, safety, and environmental issues.

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION:

Diagnose, service, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:  
The following table illustrates the PSAV program structure:

price table

NOTE:  It is recommended that students complete OCP-A (Automobile Services Assistor) and/or demonstrate mastery of the outcomes in OCP-A (Automobile Services Assistor) prior to enrolling in additional Automotive Service Technology courses. The sequence of OCP’s, after completing and/or demonstrating mastery of OCP-A, is at the discretion of the instructor.

 

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT:

A state articulation agreement is in place between School district technical colleges/centers and community colleges.  The 1050 clock hour program in Automotive Service Technology 1 AND the 750 clock hour program in Automotive Service Technology 2 and successful completion of ASE certification exams shall articulate nineteen (19) college credit hours to the AAS/AS Degree in Automotive Service Management Technology.
price table

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

AGE:                 16 years or older

DIPLOMA:         N/A

BASIC SKILLS REQUIREMENT:  MATH 10.0   LANGUAGE 9.0   READING 9.0 or meet other Basic Skills Requirements

Industry Certification:      ASE registration fee - $36.00; ASE-G1 Auto Maintenance & Light Repair - $41.00; A1- Engine Repair; A4-Suspension and Steering; A5-Brakes; A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems; - $41.00; FADA Certified Technician - $80.00

Advisory Salary Range:             $25,000 - $40,000                   Shop Fees:                   

Florida Panhandle:                   $20,180 - $50,920                   Work Order          $15.00(one-time fee) 

PH Average:                              $31,740                                   Labor after 1st hour   $15.00 per hr.

State Average:                          $35,200                                   Services               $5.00 (oil change/tire service)

National Average:                     $36,700                                Materials                          Cost +10%   

Program Completion Rate: 67% -   Program Placement Rate: 100% -   Program Certification Pass Rate: 0%

 

 

automotive service technology 2         

750 Hours / 25 WeekS                                    
PELL ELIGIBLE
Program #T400800                                                  
CIP #0647.060412

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: 

This training program will prepare students for employment as Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics. The content includes, but is not limited to, finance; technical and product skills; underlying principles of technology; labor issues; community issues; and health, safety, and environmental issues.

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION:

Diagnose, service, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE: 

The following table illustrates the PSAV program structure:

price table

NOTE:  It is recommended that students complete OCP-A (Automobile Services Assistor) of Automotive Service Technology 1 and/or demonstrate mastery of the outcomes in OCP-A (Automobile Services Assistor) of Automotive Service Technology 1 prior to enrolling in additional Automotive Service Technology courses. The sequence of OCP’s, after completing and/or demonstrating mastery of OCP-A (Automobile Services Assistor) of Automotive Service Technology 1, is at the discretion of the instructor.

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT:

A state articulation agreement is in place between School district technical colleges/centers and community colleges.  The 1050 clock hour program in Automotive Service Technology 1 AND the 750 clock hour program in Automotive Service Technology 2 and successful completion of ASE certification exams shall articulate nineteen (19) college credit hours to the AAS/AS Degree in Automotive Service Management TechnologyThis agreement does not preclude but encourages the awarding of additional credits by any college through local agreements.

price table

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

AGE:                 16 years or older

DIPLOMA:         N/A

BASIC SKILLS REQUIREMENT:  MATH 10.0   LANGUAGE 9.0   READING 9.0 or meet other Basic Skills Requirements

Industry Certification:      ASE registration fee - $36.00; ASE – A2-Auto Transmission/Transaxle;  A3-Manual Drive Train & Axles; A7 - Heating & Air Conditioning; A8-Engine Performance - $33.00 ; Master Automobile Technician

Advisory Salary Range:             $25,000 - $40,000                  

Florida Panhandle:                   $20,180 - $50,920                  

PH Average:                              $31,740                                  

State Average:                          $35,200                                  

National Average:                     $36,700

Program Completion Rate: 60%  -   Program Placement Rate: 100%  -   Program Certification Pass Rate: 0%