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    Located at Morris County School of Technology, Denville

    The Auto Service Technology program exposes students to essential concepts and principles of automotive mechanics using industry-recognized ASE education programs. The program is NATEF accredited and the instructors are ASE certified.  Students have the opportunity to earn NATEF/ASE, Hunter, and Snap-On certifications and credentials. In addition, students may advance their studies and pursue ASE Certification through participation in Continuing Education at the Morris County Vocational School District. Through an articulation agreement, students may begin the post-secondary program with advanced standing.

     Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th-grade year. 

Teacher

Phone: 973-627-4600 X425

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

ASE certified

Mr. Jeff Chase

Auto Service Instructor

Jeff is a graduate of MCVTS and has 40+ years in the auto industry and has been an instructor here for 21 years.

He is a classic car collector and loves working with the next generation of automobile technicians. 

Teacher

Phone: 973-627-4600 ext. 426

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

ASE master technician NC3 certified instructor through Snap on

Mr. Edward Netherland

I have been teaching for 20 years in private and public schools. I started out working in dealerships and owned a repair shop for 12 years. 

When I was young, I knew I wanted to work on cars and worked in a gas station before going to college, getting a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts. I taught for seven years before going into the automotive industry and finally going full circle, teaching for Ford Motor Company, than Morris Country School of Technology.      

Overview of Program


  • Students attend the following sessions for this Share Time program

    Year 1 Students: Morning Session 8:00 - 10:50 am
    Year 2 Students: Afternoon Session 12:10 - 2:50 pm


    Students earn: 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year


    Students learn:

    • Tool and Shop Safety
    • Automotive Systems
    • Electrical Systems
    • Engine Performance
    • Steering and Suspension
    • Braking Systems
    • Customer Service
    • Troubleshoot Automotive Problems
    • Computer Diagnostics
    • Itemizing Invoices
    • Accurate Record Keeping
    • Cost Analysis and Efficiency
    • Oil Changes and Tire Rotations
    • General Maintenance
    • Applied Math Concepts
    • Applied Science Concepts

    Students are required to:

    • Read and Comprehend information at the high school level
    • Work collaboratively in groups
    • Follow multi-step directions
    • Develop career readiness skills
    • Apply problem solving and critical thinking skills
    • Engage in classroom lessons related to automotive repair theory and apply concepts to hands on activities