Training for automotive technician positions is available through online education programs, such as those offered by the Penn Foster Career School and the Jones and Bartlett Learning CDX automotive program. Non-accredited information websites, such as Kevin Sullivan's Autoshop 101, cover basics and principles related to various automotive positions.Continue Reading
The Penn Foster Career School's Automotive Technician Training program is part of a comprehensive online course that allows students to remotely study and become certified in the field of auto repair. The program uses an online course model, which allows students to set an individual pace instead of following a rigid learning timeline offered by traditional courses. The online course consists of a set of required reading and online activities designed to teach students about the configurations of different types of automotive vehicles and what is necessary to repair each system. Payment is handled through monthly payments made directly to the school, though some financial aid may be available to certain students.
The CDX Automotive program offers a variety of specialized training course that allow students to understand specific vehicle classes or systems. Courses involve interactive lessons featured on the CDX Automotive student portal. Some classes also offer free trials for prospective students.Learn more about Career Aspirations