Your Future in Automotive Technology


The Automotive Technology program is nationally certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation. These certified programs meet the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence standards.:




  • Braking systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Engine performance
  • Suspension and steering


Students will have the opportunity to take the state of Michigan Mechanics Certification test in all four instructional areas offered in the Automotive Technology program.




Extracurricular activities



Career options

Automotive Engineer

Automotive Parts Person

Automotive Racing 

     Crew/Crew Chief

Automotive Service


Automotive Service


Automotive Service Writer

Automotive Instructor

Small Business Owner

Additional information

about Automotive Technology occupations can be found by logging on to Career Cruising. See your counselor to obtain a user name and password.


Advanced training

and education

can be obtained from technical schools, community colleges and universities. Macomb Community College, Ferris State University and University of Northwestern Ohio (Lima, OH) are examples of quality programs for TEC students to consider. Also available are apprenticeship programs: GM – ASEP (Automotive Service Education Program) offered at Macomb Community College; and Ford – ASSET (Automotive Student Specialty Education Training) offered at Henry Ford Community College. It is strongly recommended that TEC students achieve a minimum of an Associate’s degree in their occupational area.



Currently TEC's Automotive program articulates college credit through Ferris State University, Lincoln College of Technology, Macomb Community College, University of Northwestern Ohio and Universal Technical Institute.


Meet the Instructors

Brian Hunter, Auto

Brian Hunter and


Jason Belfinger, Auto

Jason Belfinger