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Paul Rossiter - Automotive Technology

About the Students

So what does the typical automotive student look like?


Auto Tech Students

Automotive Students

Automotive Students




Automotive Students

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There is no typical automotive student. Our students range in age from 17 to 65 years old. We usually have a maximum of 24 students per class and our program is ethnically diverse. Automotive experience is not a requirement to get into the program. We have students coming in with absolutely no experience at all, to those that are already working in the automotive field.

Our students are separated into groups, usually two or three to a group. Our more experienced students are usually more than happy to help the less experience students gain the confidence and skill necessary to be successful.

In the classroom it is necessary to be punctual, pay attention and do the assigned work. Students are expected to keep up with the assignments and to put forth the study time and effort necessary to pass the major tests.

There are "Four Secrets of Success"
in the
Automotive Technology Program:

  1. Be where you are supposed to be, when you are supposed to be there.
  2. Do what you're suppose to do, when you're supposed to do it.
  3. Study hard enough to learn the material necessary to pass the tests.
  4. Obey the rules and regulations of the College and of the Program.


Getting Started
About the Program
Auto Tech Students
Students at Work--Spring 2011
A School Day
About Me
Tool Requirements
What industry Says
Training for the
      Real World
Special Projects
      and Awards
ASE Hall of Fame
ASE Open Letter
Contact Us
Paul Rossiter - Index
Office: Room 106
Ocala Campus
Building #15
(352) 854-2322, ext.1206


Mailing Address:
College of Central Florida
3001 SW College Road
Ocala, FL 34474



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