Ford Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR)

Ford | Lincoln logoLearn core skills needed to begin your career while specializing in Ford’s key areas that are needed to compete in the fast growing automotive retail market.
You will come out of this program ready to join the work force immediately.

Become an Automotive Service Technician

The Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) Program is an alliance between Ford Motor Company and FTCC.

This Could Be Your Classroom

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How can I become one?

As a member of the Ford Technical Career Entry Program, FTCC delivers Service Technician Specialty Training credentials that Ford and Lincoln dealerships require.

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Why should I consider this career?

The Maintenance & Light Repair program leads you to a solid career path starting as a Ford/Lincoln Automotive Technician. Program graduates shared their motivation for building their careers at Ford and Lincoln dealerships:

  1. “We are well treated by our managers and they appreciate our ideas.”
  2. “It’s a great work environment, and we like helping our customers.”
  3. “We receive recognition, support and job security.”
These are powerful statements in an industry that is competitive and in high demand.
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How long will it take?

You’ll spend 9-12 months in Ford Factory training to prepare you for an entry level technician position at a Ford or Lincoln dealership, or a Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center.

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What will I learn?

You’ll earn Ford Service Technician Specialty Training credentials in:

– Steering & Suspension
– Electrical Systems
– Climate Control
– Brake Systems

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What do I earn?

You’ll earn an Auto Tech Certificate and up to 25% of Ford’s Service Technician Specialty Training.

Upon completion of the Maintenance & Light Repair program, students will have the option to go straight to work with a Ford dealer, or continue their education at FTCC and earn an Associate Degree in Applied Science.

Program Features

– 8 Week Classes
– Rolling Start Dates
– Affordable Tuition Rates
– Ford Training & Credentials
– 2 Semester Completion

Ford Maintenance & Light Repair I Certificate

Program Length: 1 Semester
Prerequisite: High School Diploma, Placement Test Equivalent
Award: Certificate

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Ford Maintenance & Light Repair II Certificate

Program Length: 1 Semester
Prerequisite: High School Diploma, Placement Test Equivalent
Award: Certificate

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