CTC programs work on cars brought in by the public. This allows the students to get real, hands on experience very similar to what they would be doing in the work place. Working on cars for the general public not only allows the students a better learning experience but it also offers a well done, low cost service to the public.
30-week program. Sheet metal repairs, fiberglass, frame straightening, grinding, sanding, polishing, painting, welding and cutting. Work on real customers’ vehicles in a “live” shop setting.
20-week program. Practical and theoretical training in general engine diagnosis, cylinder heads, valvetrain, engine block, lubrication and cooling systems. Work on real customers’ vehicles in a “live” shop setting
30-week program. Engine theory and testing, carburetors, vehicle computer operations, electrical, ignition, fuel injection, emission control, analyzers, heating and air conditioning, estimates/work orders, preparation for testing for ASE certification. Work on "live" projects.
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