Automotive Technology The source file is in the Intranet. Any change made to this page will be overwritten by the update from Intranet. Page Content PROGRAM DESCRIPTION A student graduating from the Automotive Technology program can seek entry level employment as an apprentice automotive service technician, service consultant, parts advisor, parts rebuilder, maintenance technician, specialty/after-market technician, sales consultant, tools and equipment representative, and military vehicle technicians. In order to be qualified and continue as an automotive service technician, students must seek apprenticeship and continue post-secondary training. Automotive technology graduates are typically employed by dealerships and independent service centres, automotive specialty repair shops, parts suppliers, automotive sales and leasing companies, parts recyclers and manufacturers, large organizations with fleets of automobiles, the military, and automotive body repair companies.