Applied Welding Technology
Instructional Methods

Automotive Lube Technician Core: The course content includes applying appropriate math skills; an understanding of basic sciences; safety regulations; routine maintenance and consumer services; appropriate communication skills and employee behavior in the automotive industry. (120 Clock Hours)

Employability Skills and Entrepreneurship Core: The course addresses skills required to choose an occupation, locate and apply for a job, maintain a good relationship with supervisors and co-workers, and developing good work habits. It provides foundational concepts related to entrepreneurships. (30 Clock Hours)

Automotive Service Assistor : The course content includes demonstrating proficiency in routine maintenance and consumer services in the automobile industry. (150 Clock Hours)

Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician: The course content provides skill training in diagnosis and service of batteries. It also provides skill training in diagnosis and repair of starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, gauges, warning devices, driver information systems, horn and wiper/washer and accessories. (300 Clock Hours)

Automotive Brake Technician: The course content provides the skill training enabling proficiency in the diagnosis, operation, servicing, and repair of automotive brake systems in the automobile industry. (150 Clock Hours)

Heating and Air Conditioning Technician: The course content provides the skill training enabling proficiency in the heating, air conditioning, and engine cooling systems in the automobile industry. (150 Clock Hours)

Engine Repair Technician: The course content provides the principles and procedures in engine diagnosis, removal, disassembly, rebuilding, and dynamic check out enabling proficiency in engine theory and repairs in the automobile industry. (150 Clock Hours)

Automotive Engine Performance Technician: The course content provides skill training in the introduction to computer command control, electronic engine control, and electronic fuel injection systems in the automobile industry. (300 Clock Hours)

Manual Drive Train and Axles Technician: The course content provides the skill training enabling proficiency in the operation and servicing of manual drive trains and axles. (150 Clock Hours)

Automotive Suspension and Steering Technician: The course provides the skill training diagnosis, trouble-shooting, service and repair of the steering, suspension, and wheel systems in the automobile industry. (150 Clock Hours)

Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Technician: The course content provides the skill training enabling proficiency in the operation and servicing of automatic transmission/transaxle. (150 Clock Hours)

Special Topics in Automotive Service: This course centers on current topics or special interests to meet the needs of the community. (Various Hours)

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

Automotive Engine

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