Auto Service Technology

Auto Service Technology


Marshall Lystra


Jeff Montella

Course Description:

With almost 195 million vehicles on the road today, the demand for highly skilled technicians has never been greater. The Career Tech Center (CTC) Auto Service program has been training technicians for over 30 years and is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). Program instruction includes a balance of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on teaching on the equipment service floor. Students will learn automotive brakes, steering and suspension systems, fuel injection, electrical and electronic systems, engine performance and more.

View Course Syllabus

Auto Service

View Class Website

Auto Service Technologies Website


Student Quotes:

"I liked being able to bring my own vehicle in to work on it."
- Auto Service Technology Student

"What I like most about this class is the hands-on work that we do out in the shop."
- Auto Service Technology Student

Special Features of the Program:

Online learning is available for all automotive service areas. Customer service work is scheduled into the curriculum. Students will have the opportunity to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification tests.

Work-based learning opportunities are available for qualified students.

Articulated college credit is available from Baker College, Davenport University, Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College, Muskegon Community College, and Universal Technical Institute. Direct credit is also available from Muskegon Community College.

View a list of program advisors:

Auto Service Advisory Committee