ATC offers diploma programs in the areas of automotive, diesel, collision repair and marine service technology. Students may specialize in the following areas: Computer and Onboard Diagnostics, High Performance or Diesel Engines.
Programs are 40 to 72 weeks in length, combining technical classroom instruction with hands-on shop experience.
Students successfully completing the program also earn their PA State Inspection License, Pa State Emissions Inspector License, and MACS Air Conditioning Certification.
Automotive Training Center is dedicated to delivering the highest quality education for students seeking to acquire the skills and knowledge required for employment in the fields of Automotive, Diesel, Collision Reconditioning/Refinishing and Marine Service Technologies. Successful graduates will not only attain a high level of knowledge of the theory underlying the technical systems they study, but will also demonstrate competence in the performance of required tasks through meaningful and relevant shop work.
ATC strives to foster the individual success of each of its students by nurturing a strong interest and pride in their career, developing a sense of professionalism, and supporting a desire to succeed.
Financial aid assistance is available to those students who qualify. Federal financial aid programs (Title IV Programs) available include the following: Federal Pell Grants, Federal Family Education Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loans and PLUS Loans to parents). State programs include the Pennsylvania state grant program administered by PHEAA (the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency).
Automotive Training Center is accredited by The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT).
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