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    Industry Certification & State Credential Exams

    Industry certifications make you more employable.

    You will be prepared to take an approved state and/or nationally recognized industry certification or licensure exam in your field of study.

    College Credit Transfer Opportunity and/or Advanced Credit

    Upon completion of the program and meeting eligibility requirements, including the attainment of an aligned industry credential, students may be awarded credits toward an Associate Degree by Broward College or the Florida College System.  Students must enroll in Broward Collegewithin 2 years of completing their program at either Atlantic, McFatter or Sheridan Technical College. Additional college credit may be awarded with the attainment of additional industry credentials.

    TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

    Go from behind the wheel, to under the hood with a variety of automotive technician and repair programs at Broward Technical Colleges.  Students will be trained to repair damaged vehicle bodies, learn the use of  parts and repair manuals,  learn flat-rate information systems and get their hands on different power tools to make our vehicles look  their best and operate efficiently. 

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    school-logos_STC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    Ford ASSET

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    Ford ASSET is a two-year post-secondary program offered by Broward County Public Schools at Sheridan Technical College. The program’s articulation agreements with the local community colleges allow students to earn college credit at Sheridan and during cooperative education at dealerships in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties. Graduates receive an Associate degree, a technical program certificate of completion, and a manufacturer’s certification in all areas of automotive repair.

    school-logos_STC Advanced Automotive Service Technology GM ASEP 

    Program Length: 2400 hours The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) is an alliance between Sheridan Technical College and General Motors Corporation. GM ASEP is a two (2) year college automotive training program that leads to an Applied Associates of Service (AAS) Degree in automotive service management. Students attend class full time for eight (8) weeks followed by (8) weeks of full time paid work experience at local general Motors Dealership. GM ASEP students must complete academic classes at Broward College while taking advanced automotive technical training at Sheridan Technical College. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. 

    school-logos_STC Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair

    Program Length: 600 hours

    The Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to work on a variety of systems such as engine, drivetrain, brakes, electrical, and steer & suspension. Students learn to conduct basic repairs and maintenance on automobiles and light truck systems. This program is designed for those who wish to be certified in basic entry skills as a service technician. This certificate will aid students in obtaining an entry-level position at either a dealership or an independent repair facility. Upon completion, the goal is to give the technician well-rounded entry-level knowledge in all 8 of the areas that are covered under the industry standard of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

    school-logos_STC Automotive Service Technology – Nissan /Infiniti Automotive Technician Training (NTTA)

    Program Length: 2400 hours/Full Time 18 months / 60 weeks

    Full-time students attend Sheridan Technical College on Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm while working at their sponsoring dealerships part time the rest of the week. Students will work approximately 20 hours a week at a dealership, working under the supervision of a Master Technician. Nissan/Infiniti students will be encouraged to take the ASE Automobile Certification Tests during the normal length of the program.

    school-logos_STC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    MOPAR – MCAP

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge believes in the value of trained technicians. Upon completion of the program, students may opt to earn an Associate’s degree in Automotive Service Technology (or similar). Students must attend Sheridan Technical College twenty hours a week (12:30 PM to 5:30 PM) in eight week blocks. During this time students also may choose to attend an academic class one night a week at Broward College. Students usually work twenty-five hours a week at their MCAP dealership during the class term.

    school-logos_ATC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    Toyota T-TEN

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    The Advanced Automotive Service Technology (Toyota TTEN) program is specific to Toyota/Lexus products using Toyota/Lexus automotive vehicles, trainers, parts, tools and curriculum materials. Instruction includes practical classroom applications and an internship experience at a Toyota/Lexus dealership under the supervision of a Certified Toyota/Lexus Technician and the Program Teacher-Coordinator. Instruction also coincides with the eight (8) areas of professional technician certification recognized by the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

    school-logos_STC Audi Automotive Service Training
    (AAST)

    Program Length: 1800 hours/approx. 18 months (full-time)

    Students attend Sheridan Technical College West Campus on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm while working at their sponsoring Audi dealership part time the rest of the week. Students will work approximately 20 to 30 hours a week at an Audi dealership, usually under the supervision of a Master Technician, earning $11.00 per hour totaling nearly $27,000 during the 18 month program. Audi students will be encouraged to take the ASE Automobile Certification Tests during the normal length of the program and should have at least four (4) ASE certifications upon graduation.

    school-logos_ATCMcFatter Technical Collegeschool-logos_STC Automotive Collision Technology Technician

    Program Length: 1400 hours/approx. 14 months (full-time)

    Instruction and training includes uses of parts and repair manuals, price lists, flat-rate manuals, computerized systems for estimating and pricing to customers; recordkeeping; shop safety, and housekeeping. Throughout the course of the program, students will receive comprehensive instruction in the five (5) areas of specialization recognized by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for professional technician certification. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

    school-logos_ATCMcFatter Technical Collegeschool-logos_STC Automotive Service Technology

    Program Length: 1800 hours/approx. 18 months (full-time)

    Training also includes the use of electronic diagnostic and other test equipment. Specialty training is provided in such areas as air conditioning, front-end alignment, and the use of computerized automotive repair data systems. Instruction coincides with the eight (8) areas recognized by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for professional technician certification, and provides for eight areas of specialization in Engine Repair, Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Suspension and Steering, Brakes, Electrical Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, and Engine Performance. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

    school-logos_ATC Avionics Systems Technician

    Program Length: 1200 hours/approx. 12 months – full time

    Avionics Systems Technicians are specialists who repair and maintain a plane’s
    electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices and equipment, radar systems, and navigation aids. As the use of digital technology increases, more time is spent maintaining computer systems.

    school-logos_STC Commercial Class “B” Driving

    Program Length: 150 hours/approx. 1 ½ months- full time The Commercial Class “B” Driving program will prepare students for entry-level employment as a local truck driver.  Upon successful completion of the program, Commercial Class “B” Driving students will receive a technical certificate, and will be able to test at our facility for their Class “B” Commercial Drivers’ License (CDL).

    school-logos_STC Commercial Vehicle Driving

    Program Length: 320 hours/approx. 3 months- full time

    Prepare for entry level employment as a professional local or over-the-road (OTR) truck driver. Upon successful completion of the program, CVD students will receive a technical certificate and will be able to test at our facility for the Class “A” Commercial Drivers’ License (CDL).

    school-logos_STC Diesel Maintenance Technician


    600 hrs | SHERIDAN TECH WEST CAMPUS ONLY!

    The Diesel Maintenance Technician is an exciting new accelerated “Boot Camp” type program that prepares students for a wide
    array of career opportunities in the commercial diesel repair industry. The Diesel Maintenance Technician program will teach
    students the necessary soft and hard skills needed such as employability, problem solving, and recommended OSHA (Occupational
    Safety and Health Administration) procedures for entry level success. Students will learn safe and efficient work
    practices, while the main focus of the program will be CMV (Commercial Motor Vehicle) Preventative Maintenance and Air brakes
    systems. The students will have the exposure to and also learn the skills necessary to repair ALL heavy vehicle
    systems including system diagnostics. Students will enjoy hands-on experience learning while maintaining and repairing an
    active fleet of trucks for our Commercial Vehicle Driving program.

    McFatter Technical College Marine Service Technologies

    Program Length: 1350 hours/approx. 12 months- full time

    McFatter’s one-year Marine Service Technology program will prepare you for a career in the pleasure boating arena by providing the knowledge and skills necessary to service and overhaul these watercraft. The program is divided into (6) six courses, covering such topics as Electrical Fundamentals, Marine Rigging, Outboard Engines, Fuel Injection Principles, Stern Drives and Inboard Engines.

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    school-logos_STC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    Ford ASSET

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    Ford ASSET is a two-year post-secondary program offered by Broward County Public Schools at Sheridan Technical College. The program’s articulation agreements with the local community colleges allow students to earn college credit at Sheridan and during cooperative education at dealerships in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties. Graduates receive an Associate degree, a technical program certificate of completion, and a manufacturer’s certification in all areas of automotive repair.

    school-logos_STC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    MOPAR – MCAP

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge believes in the value of trained technicians. Upon completion of the program, students may opt to earn an Associate’s degree in Automotive Service Technology (or similar). Students must attend Sheridan Technical College twenty hours a week (12:30 PM to 5:30 PM) in eight week blocks. During this time students also may choose to attend an academic class one night a week at Broward College. Students usually work twenty-five hours a week at their MCAP dealership during the class term.

    school-logos_ATC Advanced Automotive Service Technology
    Toyota T-TEN

    Program Length: 2400 hours/approx. 24 months – full time

    The Advanced Automotive Service Technology (Toyota TTEN) program is specific to Toyota/Lexus products using Toyota/Lexus automotive vehicles, trainers, parts, tools and curriculum materials. Instruction includes practical classroom applications and an internship experience at a Toyota/Lexus dealership under the supervision of a Certified Toyota/Lexus Technician and the Program Teacher-Coordinator. Instruction also coincides with the eight (8) areas of professional technician certification recognized by the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

    school-logos_STC Audi Automotive Service Training
    (AAST)

    Program Length: 1800 hours/approx. 18 months (full-time)

    Students attend Sheridan Technical College West Campus on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm while working at their sponsoring Audi dealership part time the rest of the week. Students will work approximately 20 to 30 hours a week at an Audi dealership, usually under the supervision of a Master Technician, earning $11.00 per hour totaling nearly $27,000 during the 18 month program. Audi students will be encouraged to take the ASE Automobile Certification Tests during the normal length of the program and should have at least four (4) ASE certifications upon graduation.

    school-logos_ATCMcFatter Technical Collegeschool-logos_STC Automotive Collision Technology Technician

    Program Length: 1400 hours/approx. 14 months (full-time)

    Instruction and training includes uses of parts and repair manuals, price lists, flat-rate manuals, computerized systems for estimating and pricing to customers; recordkeeping; shop safety, and housekeeping. Throughout the course of the program, students will receive comprehensive instruction in the five (5) areas of specialization recognized by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for professional technician certification. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

    school-logos_ATCMcFatter Technical Collegeschool-logos_STC Automotive Service Technology

    Program Length: 1800 hours/approx. 18 months (full-time)

    Training also includes the use of electronic diagnostic and other test equipment. Specialty training is provided in such areas as air conditioning, front-end alignment, and the use of computerized automotive repair data systems. Instruction coincides with the eight (8) areas recognized by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for professional technician certification, and provides for eight areas of specialization in Engine Repair, Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Suspension and Steering, Brakes, Electrical Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, and Engine Performance. Students are encouraged to participate in the ASE Certification testing program during their training.

    school-logos_STC Commercial Class “B” Driving

    Program Length: 150 hours/approx. 1 ½ months- full time

    The Commercial Class “B” Driving program will prepare students for entry-level employment as a local truck driver.  Upon successful completion of the program, Commercial Class “B” Driving students will receive a technical certificate, and will be able to test at our facility for their Class “B” Commercial Drivers’ License (CDL).

    school-logos_STC Commercial Vehicle Driving

    Program Length: 320 hours/approx. 3 months- full time

    Prepare for entry level employment as a professional local or over-the-road (OTR) truck driver. Upon successful completion of the program, CVD students will receive a technical certificate and will be able to test at our facility for the Class “A” Commercial Drivers’ License (CDL).

    school-logos_STC Diesel Maintenance Technician

    600 hrs | SHERIDAN TECH WEST CAMPUS ONLY!

    The Diesel Maintenance Technician is an exciting new accelerated “Boot Camp” type program that prepares students for a wide array of career opportunities in the commercial diesel repair industry. The Diesel Maintenance Technician program will teach students the necessary soft and hard skills needed such as employability, problem solving, and recommended OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) procedures for entry level success. Students will learn safe and efficient work practices, while the main focus of the program will be CMV (Commercial Motor Vehicle) Preventative Maintenance and Air brakes systems. The students will have the exposure to and also learn the skills necessary to repair ALL heavy vehicle systems including system diagnostics. Students will enjoy hands-on experience learning while maintaining and repairing an active fleet of trucks for our Commercial Vehicle Driving program.

    school-logos_STC Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology

    From sourcing materials to distribution and transportation, a supply chain is the critical connection between clients and businesses. Members of the supply chain manage the entire life cycle of a product, which includes how a product is acquired, distributed, allocated, and delivered.

    In an ever-expanding global marketplace, supply chain management is one of the fastest-growing professions. In 2016, more than 3,000 supply chain jobs were posted in South Florida. Entry-and mid-level supply chain personnel who can operate at the highest level of effectiveness are needed around the world.

    Classes Start Date August 14, 2019

    Blended learning schedule- Monday-Thursday 5pm-1030pm and online curriculum

    Internships with Community Partners

    McFatter Technical College Marine Service Technologies

    Program Length: 1350 hours/approx. 12 months- full time

    McFatter’s one-year Marine Service Technology program will prepare you for a career in the pleasure boating arena by providing the knowledge and skills necessary to service and overhaul these watercraft. The program is divided into (6) six courses, covering such topics as Electrical Fundamentals, Marine Rigging, Outboard Engines, Fuel Injection Principles, Stern Drives and Inboard Engines.

    Request Information Form

    About You
    Where Do You Live?
    What Classes Are You Interested In?

    Choose A Program Category. Then choose a class. For GED and ESOL there are no sub choices.

    Please wait...

    Request Information Form

    About You
    Where Do You Live?
    What Classes Are You Interested In?

    Choose A Program Category. Then choose a class. For GED and ESOL there are no sub choices.

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