The Mopar Career Automotive Program (Mopar CAP) is a study/internship program that trains high-caliber automotive technicians for employment at Chrysler Group dealerships nationwide. The program's purpose is to ensure that Chrysler Group customers have the best service available for their vehicles now and into the future. To achieve this goal, Mopar CAP has created strategic partnerships with automotive colleges and technical schools throughout the United States. These select schools train students utilizing Chrysler specific automotive diagnostic processes and repair procedures to develop the skills necessary to be successful Chrysler Group technicians.
Mopar CAP is based on a model that should lead to the mutual success of all three of the principle partners: the students, the colleges and the dealerships that participate all have an opportunity to benefit greatly from a relationship with Mopar CAP.
Fully accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, the Associate of Applied Science in the MOPAR College Automotive Program (CAP) provides training for students aspiring to become automotive technicians for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram dealerships. Specific Chrysler training is presented to apprentice student technicians as they apply learned content to a co-op work experience. Students attend classes for half a semester and then apprentice at a Fiat Chrysler Automobile sponsoring dealership the other half. Students are paid for work rendered during the co-op experience. Upon graduation, students will receive hundreds of hours of official Chrysler training credits that are recorded in the corporation's training database. Graduates should be 85% to 90% trained towards meeting the certification requirements for a Chrysler Master Technician. Graduates will also receive an Associate of Applied Science from Sinclair along with a job opportunity from the sponsoring dealer.
This degree program contains one or more embedded certificates which will be automatically awarded when the certificate requirements are completed. If you do not want to receive the embedded certificate(s), please notify Registration and Student Records at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
The CAP prepares students to take the automotive ASE test, which is a requirement for technician certification. The CAP is also designed to train students to become Chrysler Master Certified.
Students must apply for this program separate of Sinclair's general application for enrollment. Apply to MOPAR CAP here.
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The Sinclair Automotive Technology program is master certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). NATEF was founded as an independent, nonprofit organization with a single mission: To evaluate technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry. Since 1983, the NATEF process has resulted in certified automotive training programs in all 50 states at the secondary and post-secondary levels.