Program Start Date: Fall Term
Minimum Program Length: 42 academic weeks; 3 terms day or evening; 23 credits
Curriculum Code: 60727
Ford Maintenance and Light Repair students learn theory of operation and diagnosis/repair of Ford automotive brake, electrical, air conditioning, steering and suspension systems.
Students gain experience and skills needed to perform regular maintenance, minor repairs, and parts installation on Ford automobiles and light trucks. Specifically, students would gain skills and earn Ford certification in brake systems, climate control systems, steering and suspension systems, and basic electrical systems.
Ford Light Line Technician, maintenance technician, entry-level technician, Quick Lane® service technician.
Certificate graduates may transfer into the Ford ASSET program with advanced standing. Graduates earn 25 percent of Ford STST (Service Technicians Specialty Training) credentials.
EEDA Career Cluster:
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics