Certified Automotive Technician

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900 CLOCK HOUR PROGRAM | 30 Weeks Full-Time | 50 Weeks Part-Time 
 
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE:
This program is designed for individuals who seek to prepare themselves in four areas of ASE certification and to begin an entry-level career as an automotive technician, parts counter person or service advisor. The instructional plan sets high student and professional training expectations to achieve student outcomes that support the objective of the School. The program provides the theoretical knowledge and practical “real world” skills necessary to effectively service the latest vehicles and ensure customer satisfaction. The objective is to provide the graduate with the level of knowledge and skills necessary to correctly test, diagnose, repair and adjust as necessary, the components in the areas of engine performance, brakes, steering, suspension and electrical/electronic systems. Upon completing all requirements of the programs, graduates will be qualified to perform specialized diagnostic tasks and effectively service and repair these systems.  
 
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US Depart of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification Code for Certified Automotive Technician : 49-2096.00
 
CLASS SCHEDULE:
Full-Time Begins Breaks Ends
Mon – Thurs 8:00 am 9:15 am - 9:30 am
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:15 pm  - 1:30 pm
3:15 pm
Mon – Thurs 6:00 pm 8:40 pm - 9:00 pm 10:25 pm
 
COURSE SCHEDULE:
COURSE PREREQUISITES TITLE HOURS
 
 
ENGINE PERFORMANCE
 
AD431
 
Performance Fundamentals*
90
AT232
AD431, AD451
Engine Electronics
90
AT233
AT232
Fuel Systems
90
AT234
AT233
Emission Control Systems
90
 
 
BRAKES AND STEERING & SUSPENSION
 
AT241
 
Undercarriage I: Steering & Suspension*
90
AT242
AT241
Undercarriage II: Braking Systems*
90
AT243
AT242
Advanced Undercarriage
90
 
 
ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
 
AD451
 
Electrical Foundations*
90
AD452
AD451
Electrical/Electronic Systems
90
AD453
AD452
Advanced Electrical/Electronic Systems
90 
       
    TOTAL 900
*May be offered in any sequence.  Class starts are subject to change.