AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR TECHNOLOGY EMPLOYABILITY
- A modern environment where students will perform diagnostics and repairs on today’s advanced vehicle systems.
- Utilize the latest equipment as students progress from basic safety and tool training to the more advanced and complex vehicle electrical systems trainings.
- Expect to prepare and obtain Pennsylvania State Vehicle Inspection License upon course completion.
- Vehicle Maintenance Services
- Steering and Suspension Systems
- Braking Systems
- Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
- Engine Mechanical, Cooling, and Exhaust Systems
- Electrical Systems
- Engine Performance
- ACT National Career Readiness
- Air Conditioning Certification
- ASE Student Certification
- National Career Readiness
- PA State Inspection License
- SP2 Safety Training
The Auto Technology students are able to enroll in the Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) program. The AYES process includes job shadowing, employability skills training, as well as safety and environmental certification. It may also provide direct links to postsecondary opportunities in degree or certificate-based programs.
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE-READY
University of Northwestern OhioCredits Given: 18 credits
Allegheny College of MarylandCredits Given: 2 credits
Harrisburg Area Community CollegeCredits Given: 13 credits
Pennsylvania Highlands Community CollegeDegree: Associates of Applied Science Technology Management
Credits Given: 15 credits
Mount Aloysius CollegeDegree: Associates of Science in Applied Technology Credits Given: Maximum of 28 credits
(Students must have earned a diploma in the Automotive Technology program with a cumulative grade of “C” or better will be eligible to transfer credits)
PA SOAR Program
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To Qualify For Free SOAR Credits Offered at Participating Colleges:
- Students must be enrolled in an approved Program of Study (POS) in the PDE SOAR program.
- Students are expected to prepare for both college and a career by taking college prep academics, for example: College Prep English or Algebra II by junior year.
- Students must achieve a 2.5 GPA in the CTE program.
- Students must score competent or advanced on the end-of-CTE-program test called the NOCTI, which is taken during the spring semester of senior year of high school.
- Students must complete the SOAR statewide articulation competency list for their Program of Study.
The most important decision students make is deciding which career path they would like to take. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center can help students do just that. We work with students to analyze occupational trends and match it with their particular talents and interests to help them identify the right path. Whether it’s a path that leads to college, the military, or directly into the workforce after high school, GJCTC fully prepares students for the future.