Automotive Technician Facilities

AWARD WINNING FACULTY AND STUDENTS

Automotive Technician students earn top awards at regional, state, and national competition levels. Madison College is one of the top five Automotive Technician schools in Wisconsin, according to SkillsUSA.

Madison College's Automotive Technician program exceeds standards set by the Automotive Services Excellence Education Foundation (ASE). 

  • Lab

    State-of-the-art equipment and shops

    Madison College offers state-of-the-art classrooms and labs for students to learn in simulated shop environments, repairing live vehicles of all brands and models. At Madison College, we bring real-world experiences into the classroom everyday.

  • Instructor and students

    First-class instructors

    The instructors bring their industry experience and wealth of knowledge into the classroom. All faculty members are ASE master certified. Our instructors bring their rich experiences and are eager to share their wisdom beyond the textbook.  

  • Student

    Hands-on-training

    Madison College's Automotive Technician program is driven by local industry advisory boards. All students get hands-on training on high tech equipment used in industry, benefiting from small class sizes. This ensures that our students will gain the skills needed to be successful in the automotive industry. 

  • Auto Shop

    Opportunities

    Utilize the skills and core Automotive courses in the technical diploma and turn it into an associate degree by completing general education classes. After completing the Automotive Associates degree, continue your educational journey to transfer to a four year college.

  • Students fixing car

    Innovative

    Get involved and be a part of ever changing Automobile industry. Develop leadership, service skills, and friendships through classroom activities, field trips, and car shows. Exchange ideas by joining the Honors and Auto club.

  • Cars on lifts

    Job-focused

    There are 2,125 Automotive Mechanic job postings in the Madison College district. This is expected to increase by +5.8 by 2025. The median wage of Automotive Mechanics in the Madison College district is $15.51/hour.