Ignacio Vega
Department Head, Automotive Technology

Matthew Ciminera
Automotive Technology

CTECS Automotive Technology program prepares students to apply technical knowledge and basic skills related to:

Transportation technology; service, parts, management, sales, and more.

To learn more about Connecticut Technical Education and Career System’s Automotive Technology course breakdown by grade, please visit our district website.

  • Entry-level Technician
    May not require postsecondary education

  • A Level Service Technician
    May require postsecondary education

  • B Level Service Technician
    May require postsecondary education

  • General Manager
    May require postsecondary education

  • Business Owner
    May require postsecondary education

  • Instructor
    May require postsecondary education

  • ASE student certification (8 areas)

  • Solus Snap on scan tool certification

  • Snap on Multimeter certification

  • AC recovery certification

  • SP2 safety certification

  • Emmett O’Brien Automotive Technology Program – FREE

  • Certifications obtained during the program – FREE

  • Work-study programs – FREE

  • Postsecondary Education – $$$

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