Toyota T-TEN | JCTC

Toyota T-TEN

Develop quality skills needed in automotive technology.

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Grant Gamble
Dean for Trade & Industry Programs
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What is Toyota T-Ten?

The T-TEN program prepares students to be ASE-certified Toyota and Lexus certified Technicians. Graduates will have skills that are in-demand, even in a slow economy, and have the opportunity to take their careers beyond the technician level. The curriculum includes all courses required for the Automotive Technology program and Toyota specific factory training.

student working under the hood of a car

Getting Started

How Do I Apply?

Apply to Jefferson!  Students will also be required to complete an interview and the free COMPASS assessment, provided by the college. 

  • A two-year commitment to training.
  • Entry exam in addition to the college's COMPASS assessment.
  • An internship before graduation (students alternate 8 weeks in classroom/lab and 8 weeks at a dealership). 
  • Eight ASE tests. 

T-TEN combines classroom study and hands-on dealership experience. Students work with the latest technology, tools, and equipment and graduate with Toyota and industry certifications. T-TEN graduates thrive in high-paying careers working on some leading vehicles in the country. 

T-TEN is a world-class training program with the ultimate goal of training and placing Toyota and Lexus certified technicians in a dealership position. 

Toyota provides Jefferson with the latest technology to keep all training current.

What Else Do I Need to Know?

Additional Information

JCTC's Automotive Technology program does not work on outside (customer) vehicles. The program does consider donations for cars within the last 10 model years.

Length of Program

The typical program is two years or five semesters and can lead to an associate’s degree, ASE certifications, and Toyota and Lexus technician training certifications.

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.

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