Auto Technology


    The shop integrates state-of-the-art equipment simulating an up-to-date diagnostic and repair shop. Students learn to use computerized diagnostic scan tools, four wheel computer alignment equipment, environmentally safe R134A refrigerant recovery systems and electronic wheel balancing tools. Because the shop is open to the public, students also focus on customer service and communications skills. Whether they immediately seek employment in this industry or seek further education, the Auto Tech graduate is well-prepared for the next step in their career development.

    Automotive Technology is a comprehensive NATEF certified secondary program that prepares graduates for entry level placement in the automotive industry or any one of many manufacturer- sponsored two-year college programs. Instruction takes place in a state-of-the-art, fully operational facility which is open to the public. 

    You can find out more about what we do on Facebook Cape Tech: Automotive Technology and Instagram @capetechauto.

    Click the links below to see the curriculum map for each year in Auto Tech.



    • 2016 National Median Wage
      $38,470/year, $18.50/hr
    • 2016 State Mean Wage
      $46,010/yr, $22.12/hr

    • Entry level vehicle maintenance
    • Electronic diagnostics
    • Air conditioning repair
    • Servicing the brake, fuel, exhaust, and suspension systems
    • Service writing, billing, parts ordering, and inventory control

    • National Automotive Student Skills   
      Standards Assessment (NA3SA)
    • OSHA 10-hour Card: General Industry
    • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) collision repair technician


    • Entry level auto service technician
    • Service writer
    • Parts department employee
    • Dealership employee
    • Technical sales  


    • Automotive design engineering
    • Diesel engineering technician
    • General and service manager
    • Engineering technician
    • Research and development technician  


    • Automotive design engineer
    • Mechanical engineer
    • Manufacturing engineer
    • Insurance underwriter
    • Research and development engineer
  • Alumni Spotlight
    “I wouldn’t be where I am today without Cape Cod Tech. I am a firm believer in a technical education. The possibilities are can go to college and become an engineer or start a business.”
    – Jay Frazier, Owner Platinum Auto Service Inc., and 1994 Cape Cod Tech graduate
  • Faculty:


     Matthew Moynihan
     Auto Technology Instructor  ext. 24

    Radu Ceban
     Auto Technology Instructor  ext. 245
     Brian Leger
     Auto Technology Aide  ext. 245