The Lube Technician program is an entry-level program designed for automotive-minded students, enabling them to learn the skills essential to enter the field of automotive preventative services. Lube Technicians have entry-level skills in a variety of service areas. Courses in this program are carefully articulated with the Automotive Technology Program, allowing students to move on without repeating course work. The short term certificate (STC) program provides the necessary educational background and practical training to service today’s automobiles and light trucks. Theoretical knowledge and practical experience are combined to provide students with the occupational skills needed to be successful. The Lube Tech STC covers inspection and maintenance of automotive brakes, steering and suspension components, and provides instruction on express lube services. The lab courses feature hands-on learning with lab mockups and vehicles.
All Automotive Technology programs are accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation/Automotive Service Excellence (NATEF/ASE).
Upon successful completion of the following Semester 1 courses students are:
- Eligible to take ASE A-1 Engine Repair Exam
- Eligible to take ASE A-5 Brakes Exam
- Eligible to take ASSE-6 Electrical/Electronic Systems Exam
- Eligible to take ASE A-4 Steering and Suspension Exam