Roseville Automotive Training Center
350 Atlantic Street, Roseville, CA
Spring 2023 Schedule
Automotive 100--Basic Automotive Services Repair (4 Units)--Instructor TBD
- January 23- May 20--Monday and Wednesday 5:00 p.m. - 7:50 p.m.
Automotive 140-Automotive Skills Development (3 Units)--Instructor Lorne Curtis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- January 23 - May 20--Tuesday and Thursday 5:00 p.m. - 8:05 p.m.
Registration for Spring 2023 is now OPEN for you to secure your spot in our Spring programs.
Students may apply through Sierra College or Roseville Adult School.
Sierra College Students--For Credit or Non-Credit
Apply through your MySierra Account at Sierra College and pay student and per unit fees.
Roseville Adult School--For Non-Credit Certificate of Completion
Apply in-person at Roseville Adult School- 200 Branstetter Street 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Complete a RAS Registration Form and bring Proof of High School Completion/Payment
Online Registration–Email Registration and proof of High School completion to Jen Harvey email@example.com–Include a call back number for her to take a credit card payment over the phone
Tuition $900 per Semester
Scholarships Available--Golden Sierra Job Training–https://goldensierra.com/jobs/training/ Sarah Damerow | Business and Employment Specialist. (916) 773-8558 f. (916) 746-7733
1,830 Auto Tech Jobs are projected in our Capital Region by 2024! Don't miss this opportunity!
Almost nothing built or grown in California can reach a marketplace without transport of some kind. People use transportation to get to work, school, medical appointments, shopping, recreation, places of worship, and home again. California’s Advanced Transportation sector is already generating more than 47,000 to 65,000 jobs and continues to show signs of growth.
- General Automotive Technicians
- Tire Repair Technician
- Supervisors, Installers, Repairers
- Bus/Truck/Diesel Engine Specialists
- Aviation Mechanics
- Locomotive and High Speed Rail
- Motorcycle Mechanic
- Hybrid/EV Technician
Courses are taught in partnership with Sierra College and fully articulated with American River College depending on where the student wants to attend.
RJUHSD Automotive Services 1 (Aeries Course Code: 353553) 10 Credits Elective-One Semester
Sierra College Basic Automotive Services Repair( Auto 100) 4 Units
This course presents the introductory automotive technical skills used by entry-level service technicians. Course content includes; vehicle operation, tool usage, practical measuring skills, fasteners, electrical meter usage, common automotive services and problem-solving techniques. Class projects are performed in an automotive shop environment to provide hands-on experience with common industry tools and equipment. Emphasis is placed on basic shop service operations which meet Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE) maintenance and light repair standards. This course will help the student prepare for the ASE G1 service exam.
RJUHSD Automotive Services 2 (Aeries Course Code: 354563) 10 Credits Elective--One Semester
Dual Enrollment Sierra College Automotive Skills Development( Auto 140) 3 Units
This course covers basic automotive component diagnosis, service and repair for major vehicle systems including: brakes, suspension, heating, air conditioning, electrical, engines and transmissions. Shop activities are designed to further develop skill, speed, and experience capabilities of automotive majors to meet industry diagnostic and repair performance expectations. Emphasis is placed on shop service operations which meet Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE) maintenance and light repair standards. This course will help the student prepare for the ASE G1 service exam.
RJUHSD Advanced Automotive Seminar and Pre-Apprenticeship 10 Credits Elective--One Semester
(Aeries Course Codes--Advanced Automotive: 354513/ CTE Internship Unpaid: 356813)
This course will deepen the technician’s readiness for ASE Maintenance and Light Repair certification along with placing the student in a local automotive shop as a student intern. On the job learning will be supervised by a mentor/sponsor who will assign meaningful job tasks that support students in acquiring employability skills such as teamwork, written communication, problem solving, flexibility, initiative, and reliability. Students will acquire sufficient knowledge and skills for entry into paid high quality automotive apprenticeship or an entry level job with advancement potential in the automotive service industry.