The paper describes various elements of the experiential learning methodologies prescribed in the Automotive and Vehicle Technology (AVT) program. It first discusses the approaches that different instructors take to achieve the course outcomes by using different course delivery models and techniques. It then addresses an implementation of Kolb’s cycle by presenting different level of experiential learning applied in the program. Several implementations of the experiential learning are presented, and the corresponding student experience is described. At the end, the paper presents a comparison between the skills that the graduates are expected to acquire and the actual student skills reported by employers. The paper concludes with an analysis of the results of the experiential learning approach offered by the AVT program.