Advanced Automotive Service Technology- T-TEN

Mission Statement

The Advanced Automotive Service Technology program is committed to providing the educational support through the T-TEN Program in order to prepare students for professional positions of distinction in the automotive service technology repair industry. Miami Lakes Educational Center and Technical College will strive to meet and exceed the needs of our students, graduates, faculty, community, and business partners by providing innovative and competitive programs in the continuation of the educational and employment process. The program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), and our instructors are certified Master Technicians by the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

How to become a Mechanic/Automotive Technician at Toyota/Lexus

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Occupational Outlook

Curriculum Framework 

Program Outlook

The Advanced Automotive Service Technology – T-TEN program provides students with the technical knowledge and skills for employment as Technician Specialists in the automotive industry. This program includes a combination of classroom theory and practical experience on automobiles. Students are encouraged to join the Skills USA and eligible students may be nominated by their teachers to join the National Vocational-Technical Honor Society.

Program Content

OCP

Course Number

Course Title

Course Length 2400 hours

A

AER0011

Automotive Maintenance Technician

400 hours

B

AER0118

Advanced Engine Repair Technician

200 hours

C

AER0258

Advanced Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Technician

200 hours

D

AER0275

Advanced Manual Drivetrain and Axle Technician

200 hours

E

AER0459

Advanced Automotive Suspension and Steering Technician

200 hours

F

AER0419

Advanced Automotive Brake System Technician

200 hours

G

AER0319

Advanced Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician

400 hours

H

AER0173

Advanced Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Technician

200 hours

I

AER0506

Advanced Automotive Engine Performance Technician

400 hours

 

Industry Certification/Licensure

Throughout the program, students take these exams from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence:

  • A1- Engine Repair
  • A2- Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
  • A3- Manual Drive Train and Axles
  •  A4- Suspension and Steering
  • A5- Brakes
  • A6-Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • A7- Heating and Air Conditioning
  • A8-Engine Performance
  • G1-Auto Maintenance and Light Repair

T-TEN students must pass a minimum of two (2) ASE’s in order to graduate from the program.

Students must also obtain a Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certification

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Length of Program

The program is offered on a full-time basis only. The average length of this program is 2,400 hours, approximately 24 months, for adults attending. This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of nine occupational completion points. OCP’s provide a student with early completion training options linked to employment opportunities established by the Florida Department of Education.

Entrance Requirements

  1. Presentation of a valid Driver’s License.
  2. Presentation of a three-year driving record.
  3. Presentation of a standard High School Diploma or GED. (Diplomas outside of the U.S. must be
    evaluated
    .)
  4. Social Security Card (non-U.S. citizens must produce a Resident Alien Card or a current Work
    Authorization card
    ).
  5. Must be 18 years of age.
  6. Successful drug test and criminal background (required for internship placement)
  7. Approximate total Program Costs for tuition, books, material fees and supplies is around
    $8,500.00. Fees are subject to change
ID $30
Application Fee $15
Material Fee $675
ASE Fees $426
Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certification $19
Tuition $6,144
Books $1,110
Miscellaneous Fees

$40

$50

$10

$75

2 T-TEN Shirts

2 Work Pants

Safety Glasses

Work Boots

  1. Take the TABE test and score at least an 8.0 Grade Equivalent Score. (Recommended)
  2. Completion of Industry standard testing (Passing 2 ASE’s is required! There will be no
    exceptions)
  3. Applicant Signature on this document, authorizing release of the above information

TOOLS FOR ENTRY-LEVEL EMPLOYMENT MAY BE NEEDED

Entrance Dates

Please contact the T-TEN department for specific start dates.

Career Opportunities

  • Toyota/Lexus Dealership Automotive Technician

Campus

  • Miami Lakes Educational Center & Technical College

 

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