The degree provides students with a comprehensive foundation in automotive service business management and advising to a professional level that ensures compliance with industry standards for vehicle safety and function while maintaining a workplace that meets local, state and federal safety and environmental regulations and complies with state regulatory agency standards for professionalism and ethics.
The Automotive Service Management & Advising program is designed to train students to learn the skills necessary to interact with customers, technicians, & automotive manufactures in order to advise and manage and automotive repair business. These activities will be taught to industry recognized accrediting bodies standards and in compliance with laws governing automotive repair in the state of California.
The sequence of courses may be taken in any order. Auto-58 Automotive Lube Technician has a prerequisite of Auto-50 Introduction to Automotive
|Auto-50||Intro to Auto||4||Y1|
|Auto-58||Auto Lube Technician||2||Y1|
|Auto-77||Automotive service Writing and Shop Management||3||Y1|
|Auto-77.1||Automotive Leadership and Team building||3||Y2|
|Auto-77.2||Automotive Safety Training for Managers||3||Y2|
|Auto-77.3||Automotive Workplace Professionalism||2||Y2|
|Auto-77L||Automotive Service Advising & Shop Management Lab||2||Y2|
Diann Thursby · 04/07/21
Received regional recommendation at 4-5-2021 IEDRC Deans Meeting.
Harry Lee Bennett Jr · 04/01/21
My email address is wrong in the systems and it does not allow me to change it. My correct email is firstname.lastname@example.org