Automotive Technology Student

Automotive Technology

The Automotive Technology Program provides students with the needed skills to enter an automotive servicing career successfully. This field has many opportunities for employment. The automotive industry is short of new technicians. The need for new technicians is in high demand. The jobs are there, and so is the pay.

At Kaskaskia College, we offer a college-level program certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). Unlike expensive private colleges, we offer students quality education at an affordable price. Before graduation, all students must pass the ASE student certifications. We teach you how to fix a car, become certified, and go out and get a job after school.

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For more information on our Automotive program, call us today at (618) 545-3040.

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Automotive Videos

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Check out the new addition to KC's Automotive Technology Program!

Introducing The Hunter Force Diagnostic Wheel Balancer. This tool will allow students to learn how to diagnose tire and rim problems on modern vehicles.

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Why KC: Chuck DeBernardi

Job openings in the automotive industry are on the rise and KC's Auto Technology Program has the training to get you started.

Automotive Faculty

Charles DeBernardi

Charles DeBernardi

Assistant Professor Automotive Technology
Kevin Wheeler

Kevin Wheeler

Automotive Work-based Learning Coordinator

Contact Us

Charles DeBernardi

Assistant Professor Automotive Technology

Phone  |  618-545-3369

Location  |  Main Campus

Office  |  Science and Technology, ST 126


Phone  |  618-545-3040

Fax  |  618-545-3393

Location  |  Main Campus

Office  |  Health and Business, HB 100

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