Students receive training based around the NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) General Service Technician Program that includes basic instruction concerning the eight (8) core ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification areas including:
Students will receive classroom instruction followed by hands-on lab activities using mock-up units and live work.
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY I & II
DOE courses: 5510 and 5546
6 High School Elective Credits per year
Students receive training based around the four (4) core ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification areas including brakes, electrical, suspension and steering, and engine performance. Students will receive classroom instruction followed by hands-on lab activities using mock-up units and live work. The SkillsUSA club is an integral part of the automotive technology program and involves members with competition, fundraising, community interaction, and a host of other skills that will last a lifetime. This is a two-year program open to sophomores, juniors, and/or seniors. Students may earn a maximum of six credits per year. Suggested classes to prepare for success in this course are applied math, applied science, and any technology education courses. Dual college credits may be available.
Instructor for Auto Technology Repair:
Dual Credit Opportunity:
Dual Credit coursework is available through Ivy Tech Community College- Central Indiana. Students who meet benchmarks set by Ivy Tech can receive up to 13 college credits over two years for the 2014-15 school year at BRCP. Dual Credit Courses are subject to change EACH year as the Department of Education and the Commission for Higher Education set new standards.