GM ASEP – Training Tomorrow’s Technicians Today
Macomb Community College is seeking applicants to begin training that will lead to a career as an Automotive Service Technician. Students who complete the GM Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) will be eligible for (2) associate degrees; an Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology and another in General Studies. This program includes exposure to new and future products as well as repair facilities operations.
Courses will be taught by Macomb Community College faculty who have received special training using the latest vehicles, engines, transmissions, tools and technical materials to provide students with a state-of-the-art experience.
The program is designed to produce highly trained technicians who can service and maintain the sophisticated electronic and mechanical systems included in all new vehicle products.
Students entering the GM ASEP program at Macomb will be sponsored by a repair facility. As a cooperative educational experience, students will spend a portion of their course time in automotive technical classes and in the sponsoring repair facilities gaining real-world work experience.
Macomb Community College is part of a network of over 70 colleges nationwide offering the GM ASEP program. Classes are scheduled to begin every fall at Macomb’s Center for Automotive Education and Training facilities.
To learn more about the GM ASEP program at Macomb Community College, click here.