- Automotive Technology I OR Auto Technology I for Women
- Brake Systems
- Steering and Suspension
- Automotive Electrical
- Engine Performance
- Work Seminar
- Real-World Experience
- Automotive Electronics
- Introduction to Industrial Technology
In addition to having job-related skills, employers expect their auto technical to have other skills such as:
- Listening Skills
- Effective Communication
- Problem-solving Skills
- Time Management
- Honesty and Integrity
Upon successful completion of this program, the students will be awarded postsecondary credits for approved courses by Northwest Technical College and ASE.
Andy Olson graduated in 1982 from Red River High School in Grand Forks, ND. He attended UW-Stout and obtained a degree in Technology Education in 1994. He then received his Masters Degree in Industrial Technology from BSU in 2004. He has been the instructor at Bemidji High School since 1994 of all Automotive Tech classes and also teaches Electricity/Electronics. His hobbies include bicycling and fitness, skiing(NSP), hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. Mr. Olson is excited to be a part of the Automotive Technology Career Academy.
Business and Industry Experiences/Partners
Students in the academy will be eligible for job shadowing and internships at local businesses including automotive repair shops.