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Automotive Technology

The Purpose of Automotive Technology:
 
The Automotive Technology program at BCCA is accredited through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).  The purpose of the Automotive Technology program at BCCA is to introduce students to the technical knowledge, mechanical skill, and hands on experience needed to begin a foundation that promotes independent learning for those who are looking for a career in the automotive industry.  The courses offered are Maintenance and Light Repair A, B, C, and D.  Upon successful completion of these courses, students are eligible to test to become ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) student certified.  
 
While studying Automotive Technology at BCCA, every student has the option of becoming a SkillsUSA member.  SkillsUSA helps each student improve their leadership skills through accountability within the program, as every year the local SkillsUSA officers and members develop a yearly plan of work that includes: professional development, community service, social activities, and SkillsUSA championships.  In addition to our SkillsUSA chapter,  we also have a Hot Rodders of Tomorrow team that looks to compete annually in the HROT engine build challenge.  At BCCA, we strive to develop competent automotive technicians, productive citizens, and future leaders within our own community. he purpose of the Automotive Technology program is to introduce students to the technical knowledge, mechanical skill, and hands on experience needed to begin a foundation that promotes independent learning for those who are looking for a career in the automotive industry.  Intro courses focus on Maintenance and Light Repair A, B, C, & D and Automotive Service Technology A & B.