General Automotive Technology

AutomotiveStudents in the General Automotive Technology course will learn the basic skills needed to gain employment as a maintenance and light repair technician. Students will be exposed to courses in automotive preventative maintenance, servicing and replacing brakes, and steering and suspension components. In addition, students will learn how to do general electrical system diagnosis, learn electrical theory, perform basic tests and determine necessary action. Students will also learn how to evacuate and recharge air conditioning systems using the proper refrigerant. The hours completed in this course are aligned with ASE/NATEF standards and are a base for the entry-level technician.

The following courses will be offered for the 2019-2020 school year:

  • 47.45000 Automotive Technologies 1 (1st-semester 1st-year students)
  • 47.45100 Automotive Technologies 2 (2nd-semester 1st-year students)
  • 47.45200 Automotive Technologies 3 (1st-semester 2nd-year students)
  • 47.44400 Advanced Automotive Technologies 4 (2nd-semester 2nd-year students)
  • 47.44500 Advanced Automotive Technologies 5 (1st-semester 3rd-year students)
  • 47.43600 Advanced Automotive Technologies 6 (2nd-semester 3rd-year students)