Automotive Service Technology Student (Mechanic)

Teaching the Autism Community Trades (TACT)

Denver, CO, USA Remote

Full-time

Installation, Repair and Maintenance / Training Program

May 29

Career Tracks offered

Auto Mechanics

TACT students diagnose engine, mechanical, and electrical system problems through a hands-on approach on various automobiles. The ability to diagnose problems with engines as well as mechanical or electrical systems is highly in demand and affords many opportunities.

The satisfaction of implementing repairs makes this career challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding. Students in the Automotive Service Technology Program work on a variety of cars, trucks and vehicles for an in-depth and thorough automotive education.

Carpentry

TACT students develop skills in layout, blueprint reading, safe hand and power tool usage, finish work and framing.

Carpentry students will develop skills in layout blueprint reading, safe hand and power tool usage, form working, finish work and framing. Additional experience will be gained in furniture, cabinetry and form development.

Electrical

TACT participants learn how to read electrical blueprints, develop skills in wiring lights, switches, breakers, prefabbing whips and commercial electrical equipment and more! Partnerships with local electrical companies provide seamless transition into employment.

Welding

TACT’s Welding program provides the skills necessary for Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) often referred to as MIG welding. 

Our program includes hands-on and real world training, safety training, as well as classroom education with a 1:2 teacher to student ratio. This introductory class covers safety inspections, minor repairs, operating parameters and operation of GMAW equipment.

STEM + STEM for Trades

TACT’s Computer Science program introduces students to the software, hardware, and networking components of the Information Technology (IT) field. Our approach is very hands-on, individualized, and holistic. We learn how the hardware is built, wired and designed before we use the software to program it.

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