Automotive Technology I (Grades 10-11) 8506C,
2 Credits Prerequisite: None
Course Description: This program provides a thorough understanding of automotive fundamentals and the skills needed to inspect, diagnose, repair, or make adjustments to vehicles. Students learn to repair fuel, electrical, cooling, brake, drive train, and suspension systems. Instruction is given also in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems such as radiators and transmission.
Automotive Technology II 8507 (Grades 11 & 12)
This course represents the advanced competencies from National Automotive Technician's Education Foundation's (CNATEF's) Maintenance and Light Repair accredited program without redundancy from the prerequisite course. Students are provided instruction in all systems as they prepare for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Student Certification, "the first step in building a career as a service professional in the automotive industry." Successful completion of this course will result in program completion and prepare students to pass the equivalent NATEF student exam and ultimately attain certification