Automotive Technology 3 & 4
Grades: 11, 12
Auto Technology program is National Automotive Technical Education Foundation (NATEF) certified in all eight areas. Instructors are Master ASE Certified. Auto Technology II students must demonstrate a strong interest in the auto technology industry. This program is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of engine performance, advance charging systems, advanced brakes, alignments, suspension, electrical system diagnostics, engine rebuilding, and emission testing. Students will have the opportunity to obtain student ASE certifications. It is expected that students will enroll in the AYES program.
- Students that complete this course are eligible to test for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. This certification may be used to demonstrate competency for new graduation guidelines for the class of 2021 and beyond.
- Students must complete Auto I or have instructor recommendation to register for this course.
- Safety glasses, shop shirt or coveralls, and appropriate shoes are required.
- To be eligible for concurrent enrollment credit a student must maintain a grade of C or higher in the high school course.
Course fee: $40.00.
POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE AUTO TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM:
- Auto Shop Owner/Manager
- Diesel Mechanic
- Master Auto Technician
- Dealer Service
- Technician Repair
- Service Estimator
- Small Engine Repair
- Scott Hunter
- Robert Blackburn