Automotive Technology 1 - 9401
Grade: 11, 12 — Credits: 3
The basics of auto diagnosis and repair guidelines are covered in this two-year course designed for students who are interested in Automotive Technology as a profession. It follows National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation and includes eight major units, covered during two years of instruction. In 2017-18, the units will include brakes, steering and suspension, engine repair, manual drive train, automatic transmission/transaxle and heating and air conditioning. In 2018-19, the units will include automotive electrical/electronics and engine performance. Students will alternate classroom studies with lab or shop experiences. Approved work clothes and shoes are required.
|Prerequisites:||“C” or better average in Algebra 1; preference given to students with strong attendance patterns.|
|Related:||Small Engine Technology, PLTW-Digital Electronics|