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Automotive Technology

Keefe Regional Technical School’s Automotive Technology Program is certified in all eight ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) service areas and has received master status certification from the National Automotive Technician’s Education Foundation (NATEF).

Automotive Technology students in grades nine and ten develop skills in automotive repair and maintenance through training using engine parts and donated vehicles. After completing this training, instructors supervise students in the servicing of actual customer vehicles. Customers with vehicles that meet certain criteria for training purposes may request an appointment for service. Keefe Regional Technical School is an authorized inspection station under the new Massachusetts Enhanced Emission and Safety Program.

Keefe Regional Technical School offers our students the ability to work with the latest technology in the automotive service industry and has established educational partnerships with area dealerships for job shadowing, internships, and cooperative work for our students. This provides assurance that Keefe Regional Technical School graduates from the Automotive Technology Program will be employed as entry-level technicians and/or be prepared for training on the post-secondary level.

  • Work on cars and trucks in a rapidly changing industry alongside Master Technicians
  • Use computerized diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot and repair complex automotive systems
  • Optimize operation and performance of domestic and foreign vehicles

CAREER FOCUS
Prepared for ASE Certification, immediate employment and further education

ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS 

High School Diploma from Keefe Tech
 

Dealership Technician
Independent Technician
Aftermarket Technician
Fleet Maintenance      Technician
Public Works Technician
Parts Counter
Salesperson
Tire Shop Salesperson
Automotive Electronics  Technician
Automotive Car Detailer
Classic Car – Performance  Technician

TECHNICAL CAREERS

Associates Degree (2-year), Certificate Program, Licensing or Adult Education

Dealership Service Technician – Advanced Level
Independent Service Technician – Advanced Level
Aftermarket Technician – Advanced Level
Parts Counter Manager
Service Manager
Fleet Maintenance Manager
Public Works Fleet Maintenance Manager
Automotive Sales Consultant
Automotive Finance Manager
Classic Car – Performance Technician – Advanced Level

PROFESSIONAL CAREERS

Bachelors Degree (4-year) and Graduates or Doctoral Degree for some
 

Automotive Designer
Automotive Engineer
Automotive Instructor
Service and Parts Director
Fleet Maintenance National Director
Automotive magazine editor
Automotive journalist/TV show host

Automotive Department Resources

Automotive Department Contact Information

Scott Morvan

Lead Teacher
Automotive Technology

John Kinney

Teacher
Automotive Technology

Thomas Iglesias

Teacher
Automotive Technology

Erick Vasquez

Paraprofessional/Teaching Assisant
Automotive Technology

Certifications

  • ASE (Automotive Service Excellence)

  • OSHA

Articulation Agreements and College Credit

 

 

 

 

 

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