Hands-on experience is necessary for careers in the automotive industry. That's why our students are out in the shop right at the beginning of the school year, building engines, running diagnostic tests, and understanding the physics behind engine torque. There are multiple pathways in the automotive industry, and you'll be exposed to a wide variety of careers throughout your two years on campus.
Tear down and rebuild a variety of engines (from small engines to your typical vehicle engine)
Learn engine performance and maintenance
Use the dynamometer to test engine toque and power.
Understand suspension and steering systems
Troubleshoot electrical systems
Ground Transportation Engine and Power Train
Automotive Braking, Suspension, and Steering Systems (Undercarriage Systems)
Ground Transportation Electrical/Electronics
YOUR PATHWAY TO SUCCESS
Whatever your pathway, whether it's employment, enrollment, or enlistment, the Automotive Academy will provide you the opportunities to reach your goals through valued industry certifications, exposure to our college partners, and taking advantage of our Work-Based Learning program. Several of our graduates go on to become automotive technicians, transmission technicians, shop managers, or automotive engineers.
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
Owens Community College
University of Northwestern Ohio
Columbus State Community College
Universal Technical Institute (UTI)