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Founded in 1978, Brookhaven College is one of the colleges of the Dallas County Community College District.
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Automotive Technology Training
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Comprehensive Automotive Technology
If you’re interested in a career as an automotive service technician, Brookhaven College can provide the training you need. Today’s automobiles are equipped with multiple computers and extensive electronics. Servicing vehicles equipped with active suspension, satellite guidance systems and computer controlled, multi-valve engines requires highly specialized training.
Brookhaven College’s Automotive Technology Program is listed by the
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
as a provider of “national excellence” in higher education. The program provides seven paths of training for a career in automotive service.
Dealership-Sponsored Technician, AAS
Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training, ASSET
General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program, ASEP
Comprehensive Automotive Technology, CAT, AAS and certificates
Service Technician, AAS
Chassis Service Technician Certificate
Electronics and Climate Controls Technician Certificate
Engine Repair and Service Technician Certificate
Transmission Service Technician Certificate
The associate degree programs are nationally recognized,
National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation – NATEF
certified. Two are dealership-sponsored, industry-specific, specialized training programs to enhance the skills of existing employees and include
’ factory-sponsored training options.
Graduates with the Service Technician AAS are eligible for factory-sponsored training from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Volvo.
The four fast-track certificate programs are designed to prepare graduates to work as an automotive service technician or to upgrade skills for advancement.
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