Transportation Science Technology

Transportation Science Technology.mp4



College Credit

VTSU ATT 1010 - Suspension & Steering 

 3 credits

VTSU  ATT 1050 - Alignment & Brakes 

3 credits

Industry Recognized Credentials

ACT National Career Readiness Certificate


Mechanical Safety Repair

Pollution Prevention

Supervisor’s Course

ASE Student Certification




Maintenance & Light Repair

VT State Inspection Certification


Karen Chitambar

802-334-5469 x 3356

Lab Supervisor

Gerard Chapdelanie

802-334-5469 x 3356

Class Overview

The Transportation Science Technology (TST) program is NATEF certified in the area of Maintenance and Light Repair. Students work in the classroom and lab area involved in practical job service, with over half of the total program time spent working on vehicles. Instruction will focus on personal and environmental safety practices, service maintenance, brakes, engine fundamentals, steering and suspension diagnosis and repair, front end geometry and wheel alignment. Students will also work on developing competencies with electronic and other test equipment in the areas of automotive electricity and engine performance. Time management, professional conduct, organizational skills, and the completion of work in accordance with industry standards are emphasized. 

The Transportation Science Technology program is now offered as one year-three block program every day. Please see your guidance counselor for details. 

Program Advisory Committee

Effie Brown: Consumer Groups

Steve Carpenter: Consumer Groups

Steve Ellis: Parent, Local Employer, & Technician

Dan Gauvin: Local Employer

Mark Hayes: Local Employer

Jeffrey Deeb: Academic Advisor/Science

Brian Smith: Local Employer & Consumer Groups