Transportation Technology

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The Transportation Technology programs are your on-ramp into a career as an automotive mechanic, technician, or specialist. These programs focus on three areas of study: Automotive Technology, Autobody Finishing and Repair, and the specialized Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) program - the only one offered in Washington. Students in these programs learn from industry experts in a new, state-of-the-art facility featuring the same tools and technology they will encounter in the field.

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Autobody Repair & Refinishing

This program prepares students for a career in automotive collision repair. Students will learn and practice skills in a state-of-the-art facility. The training covers areas such as structural analysis and damage repair, plastics and adhesives, and refinishing.

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Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair

The Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair program is the entry point for both the Automotive Technology and Automotive Technology/ITEC programs. Students receive ASE/NATEF training in a state-of-the-art shop.

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Automotive Technology

Entry into this program requires the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair certificate. This program teaches student how to work on modern automobiles. It covers all aspects of automotive repair. Students will practice their skills in a state-of-the-art facility.

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Ford ASSET

Ford ASSET — short for Automotive Student Service Educational Training – is an intensive program that trains students to work as professional automotive technicians. Students in this program learn to work on Ford products in ASE-certified centers.

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