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Basic Automotive Attendant Certificate

Learn the skills needed for an entry-level position in the automotive repair industry.

  • Hands-on training checking auto fluids, changing tires, conducting basic tune-ups, and more.

  • Instruction in customer service, computers, and workplace professionalism.

  • Job-ready in eight weeks.

  • Located at our Pleasant Grove campus.

  • Day and evening class times.

  • Tuition $928. You may qualify for financial aid.

Starts Sept. 9!

Contact 972-860-7114 or ​​4CommunityEd@dcccd.edu to register. 

This certificate is offered through our Continuing Education Division. For information on automotive courses in our credit program, visit our Career Technologies Division page

Potential jobs

  • Entry Level Automotive Technician
  • Lube Technician
  • Tire Repair Technician
  • Parts Specialist
  • Mechanic Apprentice

Courses

​Course Number
​Course Name
​Lecture Hours
​Lab Hours
AUMT 1024
​Automotive Service Attendant
​20
​20
BUSG 1005 
​Introduction to Customer Service
​8
​0
ITSC 1012 
​Beginning Computers
​15
​25
BUSG 1012
​Workplace Professionalism
​24
​0

​Total Hours
​112

​Total Tuition
​$928

Course Descriptions:

AUTM 1024     Automotive Service Attendant   
A course in automotive inspection and maintenance procedures.

BUSG 1005     Introduction to Customer Service   
The process of providing service to a diverse customer base.        

ITSC 1012      Beginning Computers           
Computer systems and their uses in today's business communities.

BUSG 1020     Professionalism in the Workplace   
Develop entry-level skills for the workforce. Includes professionalism, interpersonal skills, communication, workplace civility, and employability skills.