Automotive Machinist Technology
The Automotive Machinist Technology Program, offered on the Raymond Campus, provides the very best hands-on instruction and training to prepare you for employment in the field of Automotive Machining. In just one year, students may complete a Career Certificate and be ready for employment. Students also have the option to pursue a Technical Certificate and Associates of Applied Science Degree.
Areas of Specialty Training
• Fundamentals for Automotive Machinists
• Cylinder Head Service
• Special Problems in Automotive Machinist
• Cylinder Block Service
• Engine Assembly and Testing
• Brake Rotor and Drum Machining
• Advanced Crankshaft Balance and Grinding
• Supervised Work Experience
Students will find the Automotive Machinist program a reliable and thorough training ground for employment in the automotive machinist industry. The program has an excellent reputation with local industries looking for skilled workers and placement of students who complete the program is a top priority. Typical jobs filled by students who have completed this program include working for local automotive machine shops doing cylinder block work, cylinder head work, and tear down/inspection/assembly of automobile engines. The median annual wage for automotive body and related repairers was $40,970 in May 2015.