The science, technology, and hands-on know-how to get vehicles running.
Automotive Technology prepares students with the technical know-how and skills required to service and maintain automobiles. This program focuses on diagnosing and testing malfunctions in and repair of engines, fuel, electrical, cooling and brake systems and drive train and suspension systems. Students have access to professional technical repair information and will learn the PA state inspection procedures.
What you can look forward to when you enroll in the Auto Technology program:
Randolph competes in various car competitions
To places like SEPTA, Auto Dealerships, and Fleet shops
S/P2 Safety & Pollution Prevention, Valvoline Motor Oil Basics, EPA Section 609 Air Conditioning/Refrigerant Certificate, PA Certified Safety Inspector
Learn to use industry-standard equipment including hand and power tools, tire changer, wheel balancer, brake lathe, alignment machine, charging system tester, etc.
Trips have included tours of ATC, UTI, CCP, and Lincoln Tech. Trade school representatives visit classes to speak about opportunities for further training in the transportation industry.
Gain College credits during high school. Students who excel in the auto tech program can be recommended by their teacher to earn nine (9) college credits going to schools like CCP, Penn College of Technology, and Thaddeus Stevens.