Automotive Technology – Mr. Dombrowski
The Auto Mechanics program provides students the opportunity to excel in specialized training of automotive engine operations, vehicle maintenance and repair, steering and suspension systems, computerized engine control, brake systems, electrical systems, fuel and ignition systems, and front end alignment. A challenging curriculum prepares students with opportunities to master skills required to pass Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examinations. Graduates may pursue employment, continue their education, or enroll in the Associate Degree program in Automotive Technologies at Middlesex County College. This is a joint program between the college, the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High School and Ford Motor Company. (Currently this program offers a post-secondary articulation agreement with Ohio Technical College (12), Universal Technical Institute (12) and Fairleigh Dickinson University (3).
The Machine Tool Technology Program will challenge students who are interested in design, engineering, or computers. Instruction includes blueprint reading, machine theory, metallurgy, measuring techniques, and computerized numerical control. Students work with all types of metal alloys, plastics, wood, and composite materials.