Introduces an overview of automotive maintenance and repair concepts for the student with little or no background in the automotive field. Covers major vehicle operations including; theory of operation, basic maintenance, lubrication, cooling, fuel, lighting, brakes, tires, ignition system and roadside emergency procedures.
This curriculum is designed / developed to impart the skills of assemblies / sub assemblies of a gasoline vehicle enabling the trainees for carrying out minor repairs and tuning of an engine. In order to continue produce skillful & capable workforce by
more focusing on:
1.Use of cutting tools efficiently and effectively (hacksaw, files, drills etc)
2.Use of measuring / hand tools effectively and accurately.
3 Disassemble and assemble the assemblies/sub assemblies of a gasoline
4.Operations of the systems in the engine.
5.Basic scientific principles applied in the trade.
6.Circuits diagram of ignition system and its principles.
7.Power transmission system.
8.Suspension and steering system.
10.Tuning the gasoline vehicle efficiently
Auto mechanic classes can be taken at technical and community colleges as a part of both educational and vocational programs. While the material in auto mechanic training programs varies between schools, virtually all programs include courses in engine service, brake service, electric systems and automotive steering. Most auto mechanic classes include extensive lab work, so that students can gain hands-on experience in servicing vehicles.
Here are some common concepts taught in auto mechanic classes:
Lubrication and cooling systems
Maintenance and repair
Manual and power steering
This course is designed for the students who would like to own and maintain a personal vehicle. This course
covers basic car care, under hood inspection (fluids, belts, hoses), removing & replacing items (wiper blades, bulbs,
fuses), cooling system maintenance, battery/charging system diagnosis, lubrication system maintenance, tire
information, inspection, replacement & repair, brake inspection & repair, minor ignition system maintenance (spark
plug, wires, firing order), car buying, car insurance, and service information.
Mechanic training course, you become familiar with the parts that make up a standard motor vehicle. We explore the systems that make up an automobile and explain when they require maintenance. We analyze the costs and considerations that arise when you buy a car so this course can save you time and money as we help prepare you to successfully maintain your vehicle.
By the end of this course you, the student, should have a basic knowledge of the automotive industry including automotive history, safety practices, shop equipment and tools, vehicle subsystems, service publications, fasteners, professional responsibilities, and automotive maintenance. Emphasis is on Automobile construction, major components, basic systems and their repair and maintenance.
International College of Technical Education.
Head Office :
Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.
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