Auto Services

Program Information Sheet

Description

  • Learn how to change tires, rotate and balance tires, change oil, and basic engine work 
  • Learn how to detail cars 
  • After completing the Auto Services program, students can become detailers in new and used car dealerships or body shops

Work-Based Learning Opportunity - Advanced Placement

Program Instructor - Mr. Ron Watts

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Curriculum Plan Career Tech courses you will be taking along with college credits and certifications available.

Suggested Skills For Success

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