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Automotive Technology

Instructor: Joseph Young

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Students receive an overview of the operating and general maintence systems of the modern automobile including maintenance and light repair.  Students will be introduced to safety and operation of equipment and tools used in the automotive industry.  The program includes in-depth study of vehicle electrical systems:  theory, diagnostics and repair methods for brake systems; and theory, service and repair of steering and suspension systems. 

Students enrolled in this program will meet the CTE Concentrator status for graduation over the course of one academic year by completing the following courses:  

  • 7123 - Principles of Automotive Services
  • 7205 - Brake Systems
  • 7212 - Steering & Suspension

Open to: Grades 11 and 12
Eligible Certifications: OSHA-10, Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry-Level

Juniors who complete curriculum in an exemplary fashion may be eligible to apply to return to complete the capstone for this program.  It is NOT required or guaranteed.




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