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Course Descriptions

Automotive students

 AER 0014V. Automotive Service Assistor:
This course prepares the student to perform a vehicle inspection and all basic vehicle service and maintenance procedures. This course also instructs on automotive industry operations, A.S.E. certification programs, service manual interpretation, and tire and wheel maintenance. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
300 clock hours. [V]

AER 0110V. Engine Repair Technician:
Prepares the student to test, diagnose, and repair four, six and eight-cylinder engines. Components include lecture/discussion both online and face-to-face, written and online assignments, online testing and hands-on experience.
150 Clock Hours. [V]

AER 0172V. Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Technician:
This course prepares the student to diagnose, service, and repair automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Automatic temperature control systems are introduced, and refrigerant recovery procedures are taught. Components include lecture/discussion, online testing and assignments, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
150 clock hours. [V]

AER 0257V. Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Technician:
Prepares the student to test, diagnose and repair automatic transaxles and electronic transmissions. Theory of operation, testing and diagnosis is stressed. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
150 clock hours. [V]

AER 0274V. Manual Drivetrain and Axle Technician:
This course prepares the student to diagnose and repair manual transaxles, clutches, transmissions, differentials, driveline components, hydraulic systems, and four-wheel transfer cases. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments, and hands-on experience. 
150 clock hours. [V]

AER 0360V. Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician:
Prepares the student to test, diagnose, and repair starting, charging, lighting, and associated electrical systems. Electrical measurement and circuit tracing are stressed, along with an introduction to the operation of basic components associated with electrical and electronic systems. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
300 clock hours. [V]

AER 0418V. Automotive Brake System Technician:
This course prepares the student to diagnose, service, and repair late model disc and drum braking systems and controls, including anti-lock braking systems. Components include lecture/discussion, online testing and assessment, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
150 clock hours. [V]

AER 0453V. Automobile Suspension and Steering Technician:
This course prepares the student to diagnose and repair steering and suspension systems, including electronic suspensions, and four-wheel steering systems. The most common wheel alignment techniques are taught. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments and hands-on experience.
150 clock hours. [V]

AER 0503V. Automotive Engine Performance Technician:
This course prepares the student to test, diagnose, and repair electronic ignition and emissions control systems. Prepares the student to test, diagnose and repair electronic fuel injection systems utilizing industry standard tools. five-gas theory and oscilloscope diagnosis are introduced. Components include lecture/discussion, written assignments, and hands-on experience.
300 clock hours. [V]

AER 0936V. Special Topics in Automotive Service Technology:
This is a special course centering around current topics or special interests to meet the needs of the community.
Various clock hours. [V]

Autotronics
This is a computer based learning program emphasizing electronics used on the automotive industry's latest models.

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