Automotive Service Technology

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Do you have a passion for machinery and working with your hands? If car maintenance training is something you are interested in, consider our Automotive Service Technology program. At AAI, you’ll have the opportunity to learn hands-on from our experienced instructors.

Not only can you learn front-of-shop skills in customer service, you can also learn to inspect, diagnose and repair 4, 6, and 8-cylinder foreign and domestic vehicles. Major systems are covered including engine performance, steering and suspension, brakes and tires, electrical and air conditioning. As a graduate from our automotive mechanic classes, you will be ready for your new and exciting career.

Why should I become an automotive service technician?

In addition to entering a career field that allows you to work with your hands and the latest technologies, you will be joining a profession that is expected to grow in the coming years. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 5% employment growth for automotive service technicians from 2014 to 2024.


Where do automotive service technicians work?

Automotive service technicians have a specialized set of skills that allow them to work in repair and maintenance shops, car dealerships, automotive parts stores, or retail maintenance and tire shops.

How much do automotive service technicians earn?

Automotive service technicians earn a median salary of $37,120 per year, while the top 10% of professionals in this field earned more than $62,280 annually in 2014, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.*


Start today

If you are looking for an automotive certification program near Phoenix, AZ, contact us today. We can answer any questions you have, have you visit our campus and see our students and instructors in action, and see how our auto mechanic classes can be the solution you need.

Automotive Service Technology Program Disclosures

High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required.


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