Essential: Before. Now. Always
As a student in the Automotive Technology Program, you’ll be learning basic automotive maintenance, diagnostic procedures and effective repair methods, using testing equipment and specialized tools. The program also includes training on electrical, HVAC, engine performance, suspension, steering, brake systems, and transmission diagnosis and repair.
But it’s not all boring classroom lectures at J‑Tech Institute, an auto mechanic school. We believe the best training comes from learning in a realistic setting. Our shop settings are designed to represent the actual automotive environments you could expect to find working in the automotive industry. What better way to prepare graduates for entry-level careers in automotive technology?
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Have a personal interview with an Admissions Representative. This is your chance to get all of your questions answered about the program you’re interested in.
Complete and submit all required forms including the enrollment agreement, payment of the application fee, and a meeting with the Campus Leadership Team.
J-Tech will determine your eligibility on the basis of educational background, personal interview, and commitment to becoming a working graduate.
Meet with a Financial Aid Officer to determine your financial aid eligibility and options.
Graduates of J‑Tech’s Automotive Technology program acquire the entry-level skills necessary for an essential career in any of the eight ASE automotive repair categories. Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications are recognized by many car manufacturers, fleet, and independent repair facilities, as the benchmark for technical knowledge.
26,000 sq ft
Our students get the opportunity to use J-Tech’s shop, which is fully equipped with:
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The program prepares students for the ASE certification test by teaching both the technical and soft skills employers are looking for. Our primary objective of the Automotive Technology Program is for students to graduate with all the necessary skills that build more career opportunities for initial employment — they also allow graduates to advance in the industry.
of J-Tech Automotive Technology graduates are employed in their field of study
(start dates 09/01/2016 – 08/31/2017)*
*BASED ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT OUTCOMES REPORT TO ACCSC IN THE 2020 ANNUAL REPORT
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