Automotive Service Technician

Automotive

Automotive Service Technician I &II                                              Grades 11-12    

Instructor: Tony Adams, ASE Certified Instructor                                           2 Credits per year

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Year I Enrollment Requirements:  A student must:

  • complete a Career Tech Center application.
  • meet NWEA MAP scores:
    • in Reading – 5th grade of 206 or higher RIT score.
    • in Math – 5th grade of 211 or higher RIT score.
  • have good school attendance.
  • have a lack of discipline referrals.
  • complete prerequisite class, if applicable.
  • be approved by Career Tech Administration

Automotive Service Technician I is a Fundamentals, Brakes, and Introduction to Electrical/Electronic Systems course containing an introduction, safety, measurement, and tool/technical references content. It also contains an introduction to brake systems: disc brakes, drum brakes, and anti-lock brakes. This course also contains an introduction to electrical/electronic information and terminology. The Basic Electrical/Electronic Systems course contains electrical/electronic system theory, battery systems, starting systems, and charging systems. 

Automotive Service Technician I Syllabus


Year II CTC Enrollment Requirements:  A student must:

  • complete a Career Tech Center application.
  • not have a NC for Year I.
  • have a 70 final average or higher in Year I.
  • must score 55% or higher on Year I MS-CPAS2 test.
  • have good school attendance.
  • have a lack of discipline referrals.
  • be approved by Career Tech Administration.

Automotive Service Technician II is an Engine Performance I course containing information on safety, employability skills, basic automobile service, general engine components and theory of operation, concepts of computerized engine control systems, and ignition systems. The Engine Performance II and Steering and Suspension course contains information on fuel, air induction, and exhaust systems; concepts of emission control system; concepts of engine service; general suspension/steering theory; steering system inspection, diagnosis, and repair; concepts of front , rear, and miscellaneous systems; and wheel/tire alignment concepts;  and alternative fuels general information for service and maintenance.  The Advanced Electrical/Electronic Systems course contains information on lighting systems, concepts of gauges, warning devices, driver information systems, horn system, wiper/washer system, and accessories system diagnostic repair.

Automotive Service Technician II Syllabus

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