Automotive Technician I & II
Tenth and eleventh grade students will take the first and second course in a pre-employment laboratory instructional sequence designed to provide job specific training for entry-level employment in the automotive engine repair and service career field. Instruction emphasizes use of repair manuals, service and or repair of basic automotive components. Instruction includes safety and career opportunities.
Automotive Technician III
This class is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to enter an internship within the automotive industry. Seniors will be expected to prepare for and take the ASE certification tests in engine repair, steering and suspension, brake systems, and electrical. Students will have the opportunity to receive college credit applied toward an Associate in Applied Arts and Science Degree through an articulation agreement or a certificate program in Automotive Technology.
This internship is designed to give students an opportunity to be mentored and supervised by an ASE certified technician while working in the automotive industry. Students will implement their knowledge and skills acquired from previous automotive courses. This may be a paid or unpaid experience.
Thorough knowledge of automotive systems and components
.Good computer skills
Excellent communication skills
Above average mechanical aptitude
Problem solving skills
Morning class 9:00-11:45
Afternoon class 1:15 -4:00