Skyline College Automotive Technology programs offer students a well-equipped, modern facility, a large fleet of late model vehicles, and extensive hands-on training. Domestic and import car manufacturers provide substantial support of the programs offered by Skyline College. A generic automotive technology training program as well as a Japanese car program are available for entry-level students. In addition, the College offers numerous classes to update knowledge and training for practicing service technicians.
Skyline College is nationally certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), an affiliate of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This organization certifies automobile technician training programs offered by high schools, postsecondary trade schools, technical institutes, and community colleges. NATEF certification signifies that the program meets uniform national standards for instructional facilities, equipment, staff credentials, and curriculum.
Skyline College is also a proud partner with Subaru University and Audi Eduactional Partnership.
Check the Student Stories page to learn more about the Automotive program at Skyline College.
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