Ford ASSET Program
The Ford automotive technician training program will offer students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of automotive repair, focusing on Ford vehicles. This program provides factory training to students in partnership with Ford Motor Company.
Graduates of the Ford ASSET Automotive Program have a solid foundation with exposure to the latest technology and entry-level access to Ford automobile technician positions in the dealership, where they provide top-of-the-line customer service. The program is offered at our Lawrenceville campus. Program classes are scheduled for day or evening, and students begin the program during the fall semester.
Interested in learning more about our automotive programs? Attend one of our Monthly Information Sessions and speak to one of our instructors.
What are my program options?
Take the first step towards a career and apply for next semester! Important dates and deadlines are listed to get you started and if you’re looking for ways to pay for your education, explore our scholarships for this program. You can also learn about our faculty and clubs and organizations to join!
Our Ford ASSET advisory board will provide you with relevant industry-specific curriculum for today’s high-demand careers.
At the time of internship placement, second semester, dealerships/shops will conduct a criminal background check on students applying for placement. A satisfactory criminal background report is conditional for internship placement.
Issues affecting a background check may hinder a students’ participation in an internship program and may prevent a student from completing the program and/or securing a job upon graduation.
Students must be 18 years old to start the program.
**Due to the demand and popularity of automotive programs (Automotive Technology, Ford ASSET, Heavy Diesel, Mercedes-Benz, & Mopar CAP) at Gwinnett Technical College, new students must contact AutomotiveDivision@GwinnettTech.edu immediately after applying to the college to complete a program advisement form. Acceptance into Gwinnett Technical College does
Can I work while I learn?
Class schedules are designed to encourage student employment in the automotive industry while taking classes.
What career options will I have?
- Basic Automotive Service Technician
- Brake and Front-End Specialist
- Engine Performance Specialist
- Ford Automotive Technician
- Transmission Specialist
What can I expect from the Ford ASSET program?
Gwinnett Tech’s Ford ASSET program works directly with Ford Motor Company to provide our students with learning fundamentals in the classroom, as well as hands-on factory training. As a result, graduates of our program have a solid foundation with exposure to the latest technology and entry-level access to Ford vehicles.
How much will it cost?
Gwinnett Tech offers affordability at $100 per credit hour + fees. Great opportunities for scholarships and financial aid with HOPE Grant, HOPE scholarship, HOPE Career Grants and more!