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  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Contact Us

    Department Chair
    James Cordova
    MT Building, Room 129

    Fremont Campus
    Julie Jardon

    Southwest Campus

  • Did You Know?

    We offer a paid apprenticeship for high school students through the Automotive Youth Education System (AYES).

  • Fast Facts

    Program Start Term: Every Semester


    Average Class Size: 12-25

    Program Length: 6 Full-Time Semesters

    Part-Time or Full-Time: Both

    Course Availability: Day & Evening Classes

    Program Locations: Pueblo, Fremont, Southwest

    Download Program Guide

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    Career Information
    Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics entry level $23,808.00; experienced $48,089.00.

    What Will I Learn? 
    This program teaches you to perform general maintenance, as well as to diagnose and repair electrical, engine, transmission, suspension, brake, and air conditioning systems. Graduates will be eligible to become ASE Certified.

    Our Experienced Faculty 
    The PCC Automotive Technology faculty has extensive dealership and independent repair experience in automotive repair, and parts sales. Faculty members are trained ASE certified technicians with expertise in the automotive industry. The diverse background of our faculty includes technicians who are ASE certified in the following areas: engine repair, electrical and electronic systems, heating and AC, steering and suspension, brakes, advanced drivability, automatic and manual transmissions, and light diesel repair.

    Our Cutting Edge Facilities
    PCC offers advanced technical hands-on training on the latest advanced equipment in the Automotive industry. The program has the Student Excellence program with Snap On Tools as well as Matco tools which offers a student technical program allowing students to receive a major discount on hand tools and diagnostic equipment.

    To enter the automotive collision or automotive service program you must meet required basic skills scores or courses. Students must score a minimum of 70 in sentence skills on the Accuplacer, or have successfully passed College Composition Reading (CCR) 092. Additionally, students must have completed MAT 107 with a C or higher.

    Entrance into the program involves a screening and selection process. You can obtain an application and information by calling the Automotive Department at 719-549-3354, or through the PCC website.