Automotive Service Technology

Through a cooperative agreement with Warren Tech (the career and technical high school for Jefferson County Public Schools), RRCC students pursuing certain career and technical college degrees/certificates may take courses (on a space-available basis) at Warren Tech (WT) which is adjacent to the RRCC campus. You must have either graduated from high school, received a GED, or attained the age of 21. You pay RRCC tuition and WT program fees and your coursework is recorded on your RRCC transcript.

Classes follow the WT/Jeffco Public Schools' calendar. Deadlines and class start and end dates differ from those of RRCC. WT classes are conducted on a block schedule. The morning classes run Monday–Friday from 7:30–10:30 a.m. and the afternoon classes run Monday–Thursday from 12:00–3:45 p.m. For more information, see Warren Tech Students on page 12.

This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF) which provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required and all tasks must be completed to satisfy industry standards. All automotive (ASE) courses are held at the Warren Tech automotive classroom/lab. Each certificate is a full one-year program with an optional third year advanced certificate. The instructors are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.


Maintenance Light Repair

Auto Service Technician

Master Auto Service Technician

Degree: Associate of Applied Science

Automotive Service Technology