Baker College of Clinton Township Recertified for Auto Service Technology Program

January 11, 2013

Baker College of Clinton Township officials today announced that its automotive service technology program has been granted Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) recertification by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). Baker College continues to meet the requirements for NATEF Master Accreditation—the organization’s highest level of certification.

The Clinton Township campus currently offers both associate degree and certificate programs in automotive service technology.

“Recertification by the NATEF ensures that our students continue to receive training that is current, complete and applicable to the industry,” said Cliff Carson, Director of the Automotive Service Technology Program at Baker College of Clinton Township. “Our graduates enter this high-demand service industry confident they are job-ready, competent automotive service technicians.”

The Baker College of Clinton Township automotive service technology program is certified in the following areas: brakes, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, heating and air conditioning, automatic transmissions and trans axles, manual transmissions and drive lines, and suspension and steering. Baker instructors are ASE certified in all areas of repair they instruct.

The automotive service technology program at Baker’s Clinton Township campus achieved initial certification in 2007 and is now certified through January 2017.

For more information about the automotive service technology program at Baker College of Clinton Township, email Annette Looser or call the admissions office at 586.791.3000.

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