In the first phase of the program, general automotive maintenance is covered, including brake work, tire changing and repair, wheel balancing, oil changes, lubrications, exhaust systems, and electrical systems. The second phase of the program includes analysis of engine problems, adjustment, repair, and replacement of faulty parts. The students also learn how to tune-up engines, engine overhaul, steering systems, wheel alignments, and carburetor/fuel injection theory, drive-ability, and repair. Automotive computer systems are also covered in the program.



Degrees and Certifications:

  • Teacher Information:
    Mr. Jonathan Haag
    (814) 677-3097, 1111

  • Industry Recognized Certifications Available: 

    Pennsylvania Departmant of Transportation - Certified Safety Inspector-Cat I, Certified Safety Inspector-Cat II

    S/P2 - Automotive Service Safety, Automotive Service Pollution Prevention

    Valvoline - Motor Oil Certification

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  • Related Careers:
    • Automobile Mechanic
    • Automotive Technician
    • Service Manager
    • Automotive Electrician
    • Air Condition Specialist
    • Auto Mechanic Helper
    • Auto Electrician Helper
    • Brake Specialist
    • Garage Supervisor  
  • Introducing the Automotive Technology 'General Live Work Agreement.' This completed form must accompany any and all requests for services through the AT Dept.

    General Live Work Agreement

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Last Modified on January 12, 2023