Automotive Technology

Shared Time

Application Closed. Deadline to apply was April 8.

Hazlet Location

417 Middle Road, Hazlet 07730

Phone: 732-264-4995
Fax: 732-264-3846

Teacher: Mr. Erik Odegard

Middletown Location

2 Swartzel Drive, Middletown 07748

Phone: 732-671-0650
Fax: 732-671-7455

Teacher: Mr. Dan Marra

High School Program Description

This is an ASE-based curriculum, designed as a two-year course of study. It is tailored for the individual who is planning to enter the automotive service industry. Applied math and science are incorporated throughout the instruction. This is a very structured course, not only in the classroom but also in the laboratory, where the student will demonstrate the necessary learned skills such as mounting and balancing tires, performing regularly scheduled maintenance, diagnosing and repairing engines, troubleshooting check engine lights and making emission related repairs, servicing and repairing brakes, performing four wheel vehicle alignments and other steering and suspension related repairs, as well as diagnosing and repairing modern vehicle electrical systems. This is a thorough introduction to the automobile that will culminate with the administration of five industry approved tests in the areas of: Automotive Electricity Electronics, Automotive Engine Repairs, Engine Performance, Automotive Braking Systems including ABS and traction control, and Steering and Suspension Systems.

Career Pathways


  • Entry level Automotive Repair Technician

  • Automotive service advisor

  • Automotive parts salesman

  • Shop foreman

  • Service manager

  • Business owner

Program Skills And Tasks

  • Inspect and service wheels, tires, electrical, systems, and starter systems

  • Inspect and repair mechanical systems

  • Service and repair brake systems, cooling systems, exhaust systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, automatic transmissions and steering and suspensions.

Structured Learning Experience

Students are provided the opportunity to earn high school credits for the on-the-job training. The Workplace Readiness curriculum includes technical skill preparation, employability skills, safety and applied academics related to the selected technical area of study. Most of our students are paid at or above minimum wage during this unique learning situation. Enrollment options include job shadowing, internships, apprenticeships and cooperative industrial education.

Continuing Education

  • Brookdale Community College

  • University of Northwest Ohio

  • Pennsylvania College of Technology

  • Automotive training Center

  • Universal Technical Institute

  • Lincoln Technical Institute

High School Credits Earned

Level 1

Automotive Technology I

10 credits

CTE Math I

5 credits

CTE Science I

5 credits

Level 2

Automotive Technology II

10 credits


5 credits

CTE Science II

5 credits


40 credits

College Credits Earned

Brookdale Community College
*must take & pass challenge exams for credit.

Certificates Upon Graduation

  • MCVSD Program Certificate & Skills Profile

  • ASE Student Certifications (up to 8 possible areas of qualification)