Matthew Whitten

Brookhaven College
972-860-4233
mwhitten@dcccd.edu

Matt Whitten began his automotive career in 1997 in the ASSET program as a student and apprentice technician at Bill Utter Ford in Denton. In 1999, he graduated with honors and stepped into the role of Ford Master Technician. He then continued training at the Ford Technician Training Center in all fields of automotive repair. From 2001 to 2004, he taught in the Comprehensive Automotive Technology (CAT) program as adjunct faculty. He currently teaches in the Ford ASSET program.

Education

  • Associate in Applied Sciences, Automotive Technology (Ford ASSET), Brookhaven College, 1999

ASE Certifications

Master Automobile Technician

  • A1 Engine Repair
  • A2 Automatic Transmission
  • A3 Manual Transmission
  • A4 Suspension and Steering
  • A5 Brakes
  • A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • A7 Heating and Air Conditioning
  • A8 Engine Performance
  • L1 Automobile Advanced Engine Performance Specialist
  • Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling

Engine Machinist

  • M1 Machinist: Cylinder Head Specialist
  • M2 Machinist: Cylinder Block Specialist
  • M3 Machinist: Assembly Specialist

Manufacturer Certifications

Ford Specialty Fields Acquired and Maintained:

  • 31 - Gasoline Engine Performance
  • 51 - Diesel Engine Performance
  • 32 - Gasoline Engine Repair
  • 52 - Diesel Engine Repair
  • 33 - Steering and Suspension
  • 34 - Electrical Systems
  • 35 - Climate Control
  • 36 - Manual Transmissions
  • 37 - Automatic Transmissions
  • 38 - Brake Systems

Honors and Awards

  • Honor graduate, Ford ASSET, 1999

Professional Development

  • ASSET Advisory Committee, DCCCD, 1999-present