The Automotive Technology program at Johnson College prepares students for careers as entry-level technicians in the automobile and diesel industries.
Our graduates work in the automotive career fields of automotive, truck, farm and earthmoving equipment dealerships; truck, power generation and construction companies; automotive service centers; engine repair/machine shops; automotive equipment distributors; independent service garages; automotive parts manufacturers; sales representation; and auto insurance companies. Johnson College graduates work with brake systems, transmissions, alignments and repairs; representatives in claim, sales and service; and truck/fleet maintenance technicians.
The Automotive Technology program at Johnson College is accredited by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF).
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