Transportation Technologies

Advances in science and engineering are producing major innovations in transportation technology, resulting in faster movement of people and goods at lower costs and with less environmental and safety risks. These innovations require higher level skills to manage and maintain transportation equipment. High school programs provide opportunities for students to prepare for careers in the automotive industry. Pathway: Automotive Technician (NATEF)

auto tech  .pngAutomotive Technician (NATEF)

Offered at Easton High

The Automotive Technician CTE Program of Study is an instructional program that incorporates the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) program certification standards and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) task lists. The program prepares students for further education and careers in the automotive field. 

Successful students may also obtain college credits through Community College of Baltimore County, University of Northwestern Ohio, and Penn College. 

Successful students may obtain certification through the National Automotive Student Skills Standards assessments in Engine Performance, Maintenance Light Repair, Electrical/Electronic Systems, Engine Repair, Brakes and Suspension & Steering. 

 

Automotive Technician Course Sequence
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3
Automotive Technology I Automotive Technology II Automotive Technology III- Work Experience