Metropolitan Community College - Toyota T-TEN
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Toyota T-TEN

Go from Automotive Enthusiast to Toyota Technician

The goal of the Toyota T-TEN program is to train future automotive technicians to work for Toyota dealership service departments.
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MCC’s T-TEN program gives you the opportunity to learn from Toyota trained and certified instructors. In addition, students will be prepared to complete certification testing by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), considered the gold standard for independent certification of service technician skills and knowledge. Toyota requires graduates pass at least two ASE tests and meet a dealership experience requirement to be granted status as a Toyota Certified Technician. For more information visit 

Jobs & Salary Expectations

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Program Description

Toyota T-TEN (TTAAS) - Associates in Applied Science. The goal of the T-TEN program is to train future automotive technicians to work for Toyota dealership service departments. The T-TEN standard requires student technicians to receive 2 years of training that is divided between technical college classroom/lab education and Toyota/Lexus dealership internship experience. Each quarter (term), the student-technicians alternate between instructional classes at MCC and internships at the sponsoring dealer. The T-TEN program requires each student to be sponsored by a Toyota or Lexus dealer before entry into the program.

Toyota Electrical & Undercar Specialist (TTECC)- Career Certificate. The technical knowledge required to achieve an entry level position as an Automotive Technician to meet current industry standards requires courses that enhance critical problem solving and advance practical diagnostic skills.

Toyota Drivetrain Diagnostic & Repair Specialist (TTDCC)- Career Certificate. The Drivetrain Diagnostic and Repair Specialist career certificate is designed to provide knowledge and skills that are essential building blocks in the field of Automotive Services Technician.

Program Faculty

Bill Gentleman 531-MCC-4677
Mark Wulf 531-MCC-4520

You can earn a living wage in the automotive service industry.
Graphic with yellow sports car displaying the income that can be expected with T-TEN certification. Entry-level starts at $30k; mid-level technicians average between $49K to $65K.

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