Become a Professional Automotive Technician
Sharpen Your Skills with Our Hands-on 18 Month* Automotive Mechanic Technician Career Training Program
Thinking of entering the job market right out of High School? CONSIDER THE DOWNSIDE of doing that. Without proper training, you risk limits on your pay and your opportunities for promotion, limited diagnostic training and often a delayed process to earn the certifications needed to advance your career. You may end up in a hole that is hard to climb out of.
Taking the time to improve your skills NOW will make a major difference in your true earning potential. It’s simple math: The more you know, the more valuable you are to any prospective employer and that means earning MORE MONEY. In only 18 months, OTC will give you the skills, certifications and confidence to land that auto mechanic or technician job making top dollar.
Ohio Technical College’s Automotive Program is accredited by the ASE Education Foundation at the highest of its 3 levels: Master Automotive Service Technician. Professional certifications will help you stand out from the crowd of applicants searching for that same job. It also takes more than being just an automotive mechanic school – we offer you a comprehensive educational and social experience to become a more versatile, valuable employee.
Real Shop, Hands-on Training Includes:
- » Engine Repair & Engine Performance
- » Electrical/Electronic Systems
- » Manual Drivetrain & Axles
- » Automatic Transmission & Transaxle
- » Heating & Air Conditioning
- » Suspension & Steering and Brake Systems
- » Hybrid Electric Vehicles
- » Body Control Module Systems
OTC Gives You the Tools You Need Right Now & For Your Future
Don’t make the mistake of starting your career making less than what you’re truly capable of earning, just because the job is available today. Give OTC 12 months and you’ll walk into any automotive job opportunity with the training, experience and assurance to realize your true worth.
Industry Recognition & Certifications
ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) – The ASE Education Foundation is a professional industry group that certifies professionals and shops in the automotive repair and service industry across the United States
MACS – Service technicians need to comply with the 1990 U.S. EPA Clean Air Act requirements for Section 609 certification in refrigerant recovery and recycling to protect the environment.
ALL DATA – Having your CAIS Certification tells your employer or prospective employer that you can use the program at a professional level.
Hands-on experience in a real shop environment using industry-standard diagnostic and hand tools.
Get a Degree
As a graduate of this Associate of Applied Science Degree program, you’ll enter the industry with the confidence of obtaining a career degree after receiving personal guidance from Ohio Technical College instructors who are all industry-experienced professionals.
Career Placement Services
We assist our Graduates bridge the gap between training and employment including resume skills training, networking assistance and referrals to employers across the country.
Tools and Equipment
Power tools, hand tools, and testing equipment are provided. Your trained and certified instructors are available before and after class to assist you in your studies.
Strong Industry Partners
Ohio Technical College is proud to have solid, lasting relationships with many organizations, businesses, and industry entities. These partnerships not only benefit the students of Ohio Technical College but the transportation industry as a whole.
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Is Automotive Mechanic Training Right For You? Get More Info…
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* Program length when completed in normal time. Time to complete the program does not include scheduled breaks.