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Advanced Automotive Service Technology –
Toyota T-TEN

Program Length:
2400 hours (approximately 24 months – full time)

Course Content:
The Advanced Automotive Service Technology (Toyota T-TEN) program is specific to Toyota/Lexus products using Toyota/Lexus automotive vehicles, trainers, parts, tools and curriculum materials. Instruction includes practical classroom applications and an internship experience at a Toyota/Lexus dealership under the supervision of a Certified Toyota/Lexus Technician and the Program Teacher-Coordinator. Instruction also coincides with the eight (8) areas of professional technician certification recognized by the ASE Education Foundation. Today’s technicians must possess advanced skills in math, communications, electronics and the ability to diagnose complex problems.

This advanced program is an intense training and academic program provided by ATC in partnership with Toyota Motor North America Inc.; Southeast Toyota Distributors; local Toyota and Lexus dealers; and Broward College.

Automotive Collision Technology Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Technician

Program Length:
1400 hours (approximately 14 months – full time)

Course Content:
This is the only program in South Florida authorized by BASF to teach the Onyx HD waterborne paint system. This system is eco-friendly and reduces base-coat solvent emissions by 90%.  Instruction and training includes uses of parts and repair manuals, price lists, flat-rate manuals, computerized systems for estimating and pricing to customers; record-keeping; shop safety, and housekeeping.

Throughout the course of the program, students will receive comprehensive instruction in the five (5) areas of specialization recognized by the ASE Education Foundation, for professional technician certification. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

Automotive Service Technology

Automotive Service Technology

Program Length:
1800 hours (approximately 18 months – full time)

Course Content:
Students are trained in the use of technical and flat-rate information systems, as well as a variety of hand and power tools.

Training also includes the use of electronic diagnostic and other test equipment. Specialty training is provided in such areas as air conditioning, front-end alignment, and the use of computerized automotive repair data systems.

Instruction coincides with the eight (8) areas recognized by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for professional technician certification, and provides for eight areas of specialization in Engine Repair, Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Suspension and Steering, Brakes, Electrical Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, and Engine Performance. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

The Automotive Service Technology program is certified as a Master Training Program by the ASE Education Foundation meeting national training standards in eight Automotive Service Excellence areas of certification.

avionics students

Avionics Systems Technician

Program Length:
1200 hours/approx. 12 months – full time

Course Content:

Be part of the exciting aviation industry! Enroll in our Avionics Systems Technicians program today. Avionics Systems Technicians are specialists who repair and maintain a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices and equipment, radar systems, and navigation aids. Avionics is a specialization within electronic maintenance and repair. It focuses on aircraft electronics, but encompasses a wide range of job types. An avionics technician is a specialist who is responsible for all the electronics aboard an aircraft as well as the wiring that connects to the electrical system. They run cables, mount antennas, and connect instruments for navigation and engine monitoring. Avionics technicians install radios, autopilots, and passenger entertainment systems. The job demands attention to detail and a commitment to the very highest standards of quality workmanship because they work on flight-critical systems that impact passenger and crew safety.