There is a Need for Qualified Automotive Service Technicians Nationwide
If you've always had an interest in repairing cars and trucks, it is time to get the credentials you need to become a:
- Professional automotive service technician
- Alternative fuels/Advanced Technologies vehicles technician
Your enrollment in one of LCC's automotive areas of study will prepare you for a career that will last a lifetime. Explore the training options available in our Automotive Technologies Program by clicking on the pictures below.
From automotive service technician to service manager to maybe owning your own repair shop, it all begins with the academic and career training available to you in the Automotive Technologies Program at Lansing Community College. This area of study offers a variety of certificate and associate degree programs designed to provide you with the latest in practical, hands-on coursework based on current industry standards.
Alternative Fuel Vehicles
you are interested in advanced vehicle technologies, enroll in our courses to
learn about: biofuels, hybrids, compressed natural gas, propane, electric
vehicles, hydrogen, fuel cells and how these fuels or technologies are used in
vehicles. Lansing Community College offers an associate degree and/or a
certificate in Advanced Vehicle Technologies.
Learn about Advanced Technology Vehicles by signing up for LCC's Intro to Alternative Fuels (AUTO 260) online course.
In addition to offering degree and certificate programs, the Automotive Technologies Program offers courses in Motorcycle Repair, Small Engine Repair, Light Duty Diesel Service and Repair, General Automotive Service, Motorcycle Safety Training and Alternative Fuels Overview.
Transportation Maintenance Technologies
West Campus, Room M103
Phone: (517) 267-6406
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