"In teaching others we teach ourselves" - Proverb
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to...
- Recognize the steps necessary to attain certification in the automotive repair field, and identify automotive systems
- Recognize engine components that make up the lower-end assembly, and describe how the systems and parts work together to make a vehicle run
- Recognize engine components that make up the upper-end assembly, and describe how the systems and parts work together to make a vehicle run
- Recognize safety procedures that should be followed in an automotive repair shop, and list the various hand tools and specialized tools used when working with automotive systems
- Describe how to perform basic automotive preventative maintenance and routine service procedures to include an engine oil change
- Apply basic mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and interpret the meaning of basic physics concepts of mechanics, forces, thermodynamics, heat, electricity, and magnetism to solve math-related problem
- Identify and interpret the construction and operation of gasoline engines and explain how to diagnose and repair malfunctions in engine components and subsystems
- Describe the process of removing an engine from a vehicle and performing an engine rebuild
- Explain basic electrical concepts and units including resistance, voltage, and current and principles of electricity, magnetism, circuits, and wiring diagrams and how they are used to service all automotive electrical and electronic systems to include using a Digital Multimeter (DMM)
- Describe the principles and functions of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) systems and explain how testing and service procedures are performed on these systems
- Describe the operation of computerized gasoline-engine controls and performance systems and explain how to diagnose and repair drivability and emissions malfunctions in these systems
- Identify the components and systems of a Hybrid Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicle and explain their operation
- Identify and interpret the operation of hydraulic brake systems and describe how to diagnose and repair malfunctions in all automotive brake systems
- Identify and interpret the operation of suspension and steering system and describe how to diagnose and repair malfunctions in steering and suspension systems
- Identify and interpret the construction and operation of manual transmissions/ transaxles, rear axles, drive axles, four-wheel drive units and describe how to rebuild transmissions, transaxles, differentials, transfer cases, and perform in-vehicle routine maintenance, inspections, repairs, and external adjustments
- Identify and interpret the construction and operation of automatic transmissions and transaxles and describe how to rebuild transmissions/transaxles, perform in-vehicle routine maintenance, inspections, repairs, and external adjustments
Starting you Program:
In this course, you’ll develop the necessary skills to ensure your success in the program. You’ll learn how you can improve your study skills, so you’re able to use a number of tools that will help you to be successful.
Introduction to Auto Repair:
In this course, you’ll concentrate on essential components of an automotive repair technician. You’ll also review the parts that make up the lower-end and upper-end assembly and how they work.
Automotive Repair Foundations:
In this course, you’ll review safety in auto repair technician, as well as maintenance. You’ll also review math used in auto repair.
In this course, you’ll study gasoline and engine repair. You’ll also review engine issues as well as how to remove, disassemble, repair, assemble, and install an internal combustion gasoline-fueled engine.
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