Are you looking to complete your safety inspection licensing? You can do it through HACC! Our Pennsylvania State Safety Inspection training is available to individuals who want to complete the licensing process for cars and light duty trucks, motorcycles, heavy truck and trailers or enhanced inspector licensing.
This licensing process is primarily for students who are currently working in the automotive industry but need to obtain the licensure to meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Salaries will vary by employer and your level of experience. By adding this license, you will potentially increase your salary and marketability. For questions related to salaries, you may contact our automotive department at 717-780-2411.
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Through both classroom and hands-on instruction, our 16-hour training course is designed to prepare you to pass the State Certification Exam for Pennsylvania Safety Inspections and serves the needs of individuals who are already employed within the automotive industry.
Our course enables you to:
The Safety Inspection and Emissions programs are operated in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The license is a requirement of Pennsylvania to perform a legal inspection and offers additional credentials to you. It does not transfer into college credits.
The course is available at our Harrisburg Campus.
Yes! Through the HACC Foundation, there are scholarships available. Please visit hacc.edu/scholarships for details and deadlines.
You can complete spring, summer and fall classes at HACC. Please use the information below to contact us to learn start dates and enrollment deadlines.
We are passionate about providing a high-quality education and an opportunity for you to pursue your goals. Please contact LuAnn Gallup at 717-780-2411 for more information.