Cleaner Fuels for a Brighter Future
The perfect supplement to any automation technology degree, this micro-certificate will prepare you to stay on top of emerging technology in an industry where rapid evolution is certain to happen in the near future. Seeing as the federal government has recently invested billions of dollars to create new charging stations for electric vehicles around a national goal of making 50% of all new vehicles electric by 2030, these skills will soon become essential for those entering the field.
This program was created as an add-on for our Automotive technology course sequences in order to keep our programming relevant to current markets and future market trends. Students will learn how to diagnose typical functionality issues in electric and hybrid vehicles and use current technology in order to perform repairs. Special attention will be paid to teaching how to create a safe working environment while working with these technologies.
This program is open to all students currently enrolled or planning to enroll in relevant automotive technology programs and will be located in our state-of-the-art facilities at the Career and Advanced Technology Center (CATC).