Bob Engberg is an Automotive Technology instructor. Bob began teaching at DCTC in 1997, specializing in driveability, fuels, computers, and tune-up.
He has an automotive technician diploma from Dunwoody College of Technology and a bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Minnesota Morris. He is working on his master's in education from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and Minnesota State University Mankato.
Bob's industry experience includes one year at a service station and six years at three different Ford dealerships.
An Automotive Service Excellence Master Certified Technician with advanced driveability certification, Bob is also certified in ASE Refrigerant Recovery. He is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation Evaluation Team Leader, perhaps better known as a NATEF ETL.
In regards to his teaching philosophy, Bob believes in providing "an environment in which students can explore, learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in the automotive field."
The best part of his job as a DCTC instructor is the opportunity to work with a great administration, faculty, and staff. He also appreciates the chance to share his knowledge and experiences with his students.
Bob is a captain on the Red Wing Fire Department and serves on the Red Wing Harbor Commission. "I enjoy cutting wood and boating," he says, "and also spending time with my family."