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Do you love retro cars? You might be interested in our GM Program!

Two Locations for Programs:

Joe Hendrick Center for Automotive Technology:
- Home of BMW (ADP) Associate Degree Program, Honda PACT Programs

Merancas Campus Transport Systems Technology Center
- Home of GM Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) and General Automotive Programs

Facts

  • BMW, GM, and Honda Programs
  • Certificate, Diploma and Associate Degree Program Options
  • Graduates qualify for entry-level employment opportunities in a dealership, fleet shop, or independent shop as a technician
  • Graduates are prepared to take the ASE certification exam
  • All Programs are NATEF Certified
  • Tool Discounts available for students
  • Learn and Earn Options (career experience while making money!)

Next Step
Register to attend an AIM session on this website for enrollment info and a tour.

Documents available for download:

Ten Easy Steps to Enrollment

BMW Program Suggested Schedule

Honda Program Suggested Schedule

GM-ASEP Program Suggested Schedule

Regular Automotive Program Suggested Schedule

Estimated Student Cost

Sponsor and Student Responsibilities

Automotive Tool List

Automotive Systems Faculty and Staff
Click on names to go to employee web page.

Dave Favre

Division Director 704-330-4150
Mark Spisak

Honda Coordinator/Instructor

704-330-4365
Ken Collins Program Chair 704-330-4183
Scott Farrell Instructor 704-330-4185
Thomas Alexander Instructor 704-330-4187
Dave Seidel BMW Coordinator/Instructor 704-330-4366
Jim Viehmann Instructor 704-330-4159
Joe Carbon BMW Instructor 704-330-4364
John Garcia Lab Facilitator 704-330-4155
Bob Archer Instructor 704-330-4151
Steven Dizon GM ASEP Coordinator/Instructor

704-330-4120

Randy Hargette GM Training Center
Coordinator/Instructor
704-330-4367