The objective of this course is to prepare students for entry-level employment and certification through ASE. 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.
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 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.
This course is an introduction to the automotive industry including safety practices, shop equipment and tools, vehicle subsystems, service publications, professional responsibilities and basic automotive maintenance.
Your thoughts race with some cool ideas for cool vehicles, and you’ll have the chance to engineer and build them. Sometimes, these racing thoughts scare you, but you do not care about that. You discard those fears and carry on. Yes, drive toward your passion.
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
An electric systems course shows the applications of electronics in automobiles, particularly in starting the car, the car battery, the car's internal computer and the other electronic systems that monitor the car's performance. This course is usually taken after courses in engine and brake repair, but is taken early in the program since many automotive problems are due to electrical malfunctions.
Automotive engineering is a branch of engineering. The discipline deals with designing, manufacturing, developing and testing the vehicles right from thought to production. Have you been always inquisitive about how vehicles work? Did you always want to design and manufacture automobiles? Then, this is your perfect choice. As an automotive engineer, the vehicle is your brainchild, and you get to develop it according to your abilities and creativity
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