How to Apply

Automotive Student Service Educational Training



  1. Submit, mail, or fax the Corporate Automotive Technology Program Application to Ford ASSET Program, Sheridan Technical College, 5400 Sheridan Street, Hollywood, FL 33021.  Telephone 754-321-5400 Fax 754-321-5680.  See the program counselor for an application for this program.
  2. Attend Sheridan Technical College orientation and take the state of Florida basic skills test (cost $20.00 and picture ID required).  The Automotive orientation is given every Thursday morning at 8:45 am . Please arrive on campus thirty (30) minutes prior to the scheduled start time, check-in with the receptionist in the Student Services Building # 11 and fill out our Sheridan Technical College Application.
  3. Complete a Broward College APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION online at, click on “Admissions”, click on “Admissions Applications”.  Print 3 copies of the confirmation page (one for BC, second for ASSET instructor/coordinator, third for your records).  Visit BC South Campus with copy of online admission confirmation, proof of one- year Florida residence, and a non-refundable $35.00 Application Fee (all first-time BC applicants).
  4. Take the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) at Broward College (preferably South Campus).  Sample test questions are available at: . Information about test dates and times are available when you submit the College Application form to the registrar or you can call 954-201-8835 option #4 for the weekly orientation/CPT test schedule.  You will not be required to take this test if you can present proof of having completed a college course in Algebra and English Composition (transcript required) or can present scores for an ACT or SAT test, taken within the last 2 years, to the BC South Campus Advisement Office.  Bring copy of test result to ASSET instructor/coordinator.
  5. After completion of steps 1-4 please contact ASSET program instructor/coordinator for an appointment.

For more information on program cost, schedule, content, and admission requirements, see the program flyer or contact:

Derrick Montanez at 305-764-7243 or via e-mail at  [email protected]