Auto Mechanic Technology Program
Auto Mechanic Occupations
This area of study is designed to provide learners with skills in automotive technology/service. The major instructional concepts include: fundamentals of automotive technology; basic automotive electrical systems; theory and operation of brake systems; fundamentals of steering and suspension systems; basic engine concepts; engine performance; passenger climate controls; power train fundamentals; and advanced automotive electronics.
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Fundamentals of Automotive Technology
Electrical & Electronics
Suspension & Steering
1 1631T * Fundamentals of Automotive Technology
Fundamentals Of Automotive Technology (1 credit): This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills as they relate to the field of Automotive Technology.
2 1627T Electrical & Electronics
Electrical/Electronic Systems (1 credit): This course will introduce students to the skills, technology, and service of electrical/electronic systems of the automobile.
3 1625T * Brakes
Brake Systems (1 credit): This course will continue to build student skill sets in areas such as diagnosis and repair of hydraulic systems, diagnosis and repair of drum brakes, diagnosis and repair of disc brakes, power assist systems, and antilock brake systems.
4 1623T * Basic Engine
Basic Engine Concepts (1 credit): This course will continue to build student skill sets in areas such as general engines, diagnosis of cylinder head and valve train, diagnosis and repair of engine block, and diagnosis and repair of lubrication and cooling systems.
5 1637T * Suspension & Steering
Suspension and Steering Diagnosis (1 credit): This course will continue to build student skill sets in areas such as diagnosis and repair of steering systems, diagnosis and repair of front suspension systems, diagnosis and repair of rear suspension systems, miscellaneous suspension and steering systems, and diagnosis and adjust wheel alignment.
6 1629T Engine Performance
Engine Performance (1 credit): This course will introduce students to the skills, technology, and service of electrical/electronic systems of the automobile. Students will comply with personal and environmental safety practices associated with proper ventilation and the handling, storage, and disposal of chemicals in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations.
What Our Students Say
Auto technology has provided me with everything I need to know to fix my girlfriends car regularly. Thank you JDRCC.
Before this course, I couldn’t even change a battery. Now, I know everything I need to know to go start work.