Automotive Training Resources

AutoTechnician.org is compiling a list of quality hand-picked and personally reviewed online and offline resources just for professional automotive technicians and shop owners/managers. The list below contains training and school programs for the auto technician and voluntarily chose to support AutoTechnician.org by way of an article, a website link or other mention to the automotive community.

If you are such a resource and would like to be included below with a link back to you for free, please submit your request here. All requests are manually reviewed and followed up on before inclusion. All we request is a link back to AutoTechnician.org by way of an article, a website link saying “We/I support AutoTechnician.org” or some other publication with mention to the automotive community.

AutoTechnician.org reserves the right to include or exclude any and all submissions at will. AutoTechnician.org does not represent, sell from, or is responsible for any information, products or content from these entities.

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Name of Training Center, Program or School:Website:Organization's Brief Description:
AutoPro Workshop (Motor Age Magazine)http://workshop.search-autoparts.com/AutoPro Workshop is your place to share videos, audio, photos, and stories. Join now and get your own profile page, blog and unlimited media uploads! (NOTE: free resource and well managed too - John K.)
Motor Age How2 Magazine - OnlineMotor Age How2 MagazineMotor Age How2 digital magazine is a fairly new resource (as of Jan. 2011) aimed at professional technical development. It Features tips, techniques and videos and comes out every month. Techs can sign up to have it delivered to their inbox.
Northampton Community College - Online Degree for ASE Master/L1 TechniciansASE Master Technician Online Degree ProgramASE certified technicians (A1 + L1) now have a convenient and faster option for earning an associate's degree. Northampton's Program is designed for Master ASE technicians looking to advance or change their careers. If you have the qualifications, you can receive 44 credits toward your degree from your ASE certifications. The remaining 24 credits may be taken through Northampton's Online Learning division.
Technicians Service Training (TST)http://www.tstseminars.org/TST is a 501(c)(3) educational not-for-profit is devoted to the following since its inception:

* Keeping our fellow technicians up to date with the latest technology.
* Providing quality training seminars and educational materials at a reasonable price.
* Delivering practical, useful repair information.
* Keeping technicians informed of industry trends.
* Increasing consumer awareness of our skills and professionalism

4 thoughts on “Automotive Training Resources

  1. We have lots of resources for the professional technician, and you may share any of them you wish…current print features, technical blogs or videos, as long as you preview them with a paragraph or two and then link back to the main content on our site. We are also offering 4 free, interactive web-based training events this year for techs, with the first on voltage drop in February. I’m sure you’re technician members would like to participate.

    I am the technical editor for Motor Age, and recently left the field after 35+ years as a tech. And I want to do what I can to promote professionalism, competence, and continuing education to today’s professional. I look forward to helping you.

  2. I wish to plug TSTseminars.org, because we are the only automotive training not-for-profit that I know of. We do 10 classes a year for our membership and bring trainers from all around the country to our chapters. We also make the training viewable live online. I don’t know anyone else that does that.

  3. Hi Craig,
    I’d be happy to add your organization. All I ask is to add a return link to us somewhere on your website.

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