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Programs: Autobody Repair, Automotive Service Technician, Heavy Equipment, Truck and Diesel Technician, and Motorsports Technology
Today, more than ever, the highly skilled automotive service technician has an increasingly important role in the efficient operation of our society. The four automotive trades areas - automotive service technician, heavy equipment: truck & diesel technician, autobody repair, and motorsports technology - prepare technicians for the ever-expanding and highly specialized trade industry.
Students can apply for and take their NYS Inspection test during their freshman year.
The automotive service technician program is master certified by the National Automotive Training Educational Foundation (NATEF); the autobody repair program is Inter -Industry Conference on Automotive Collision Repair (ICAR) certified; and the heavy equipment: truck & diesel technician program is ADS affiliated.
NATEF is a national industry-wide organization whose 40-member board of directors represents all aspects of the automotive industry. Representation by such a diverse group of individuals adds to the credibility of the certifications to assure that programs meet stringent national standards.
Most of us travel down life's highway at a reasonable pace, taking time to appreciate the smooth straightaways and even enjoying the occasional surprise curve.
Alfred State College students, as well as graduates, are ready to hit the ground running. Thomas Dayton, a first-semester student in the online automotive parts technology program, is Counterman magazine’s Counter Professional of the Year.