The Auto Mechanics Technology Program is National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) certified. This program develops skills for servicing and repairing systems of the automobile. Students are taught to use specialized tools and equipment found in automotive shops, and receive instruction in automotive theory, related instruction, and practical shop experience. The tool list can be found on the program website.
All students will be subject to a Driver’s License Validation check for insurance purposes, and must hold a valid driver’s license while enrolled in the program. If a student receives a DUI while enrolled in the program, continuation in the program will be reviewed by the instructors on a case by case basis until the end of the semester. Students also will be required to obtain certification in First Aid/CPR. The Auto Mechanics Technology program is a drug-free programs. The Division Chair may require drug or alcohol testing should there be an accident or reasonable suspicion of a student that appears under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
- Enrollment priority is on a first-come first-serve basis as determined by the student's faculty advising date.
- The prospective students must have a current valid Driver’s License and have had no DUI’s in the past 12 months. If you have any questions regarding your driver's license, please contact the Technical &Industrial Division Office prior to submitting your application to LCSC.
Intermediate Technical Certificate - A
|AUTMC-209||AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REPAIR/DIAGNOSIS||6.00|
|AUTMC-218||AUTOMOTIVE AIR CONDITIONING/ACCESSORIES||6.00|
|GENMC-103||POWER TRAINS LECTURE AND LAB||6.00|
|GENMC-115||CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, AND BRAKES LEC/LAB||6.00|
|SD-107/307||NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION||1.00|
|AUTOMOTIVE PARTS COUNTER PERSON|
Intermediate Technical Certificate - B