Automotive Service Technology
Instructors: Frank Eberhardt - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Pickering - email@example.com
DO YOU –
- Enjoy working with your hands?
- Learn things visually?
- Have an automotive career desire?
- Have an interest in automobiles?
- Great grades and attendance?
- Positive work ethic?
- Like to problem solve?
- Want to see tangible results when you learn?
- Then this class might be for you!
2 YEAR Program beginning grade 11 and completing grade 12
Students are eligible to participate in the Automotive Youth Services Program (AYES) which involves interning and job shadowing opportunities.
Students are expected to become: Student Automotive Service Excellence Certified or pass an Automotive Service Excellence exam in at least one area prior to graduation:
- A4 Suspension and Steering
- A5 Brakes
- A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems
- A8 Engine Performance
- G1 Maintenance and Light Repair
Auto Service Technology 1 Credit: 4 Units Offered Grade 11
Auto Service Technology I follows a NATEF Curriculum and includes instruction in career opportunities, safety, tool and equipment use and general shop practices. In depth theory, diagnosis and repair of the automotive electrical and brake systems is covered, as well as, a brief introduction to Manual Transmissions and Drive Lines, Automatic Transmission Service and Engine Repair. The student is exposed to the automotive service industry through classroom lectures, audio-visual media, shop demonstrations and hands-on experience using components, donated cars and trucks, and customer motor vehicles. Students are eligible to participate in the Automotive Youth Services Program (AYES) which involves interning and job shadowing opportunities.
Auto Service Technology 2 Credit: 4 Units Offered Grade 12 Prerequisites: AST1
Auto Service Technology II continues with the NATEF Curriculum and includes In Depth Theory of operation and service of the suspension and steering systems and fuel, ignition and emission systems. Limited instruction is also given in automotive air conditioning and diesel maintenance. Students are eligible to take various ASE tests as well as participate in the Automotive Youth Services Program (AYES) which involves interning and job shadowing opportunities.
- Students are required to wear appropriate safety gear and uniforms in the lab. Steel toed work boots are required.
- Students are expected to join the Career and Technical Student organization SkillsUSA and SkillsUSA Virginia
- Students are encouraged to take part in the AYES component of the automotive service classes, which provides opportunities to visit and shadow at local dealerships as well as apply for various paid internships at local dealerships for the summer between 11th and 12th grade.
- IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT STUDENTS IN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CLASS ATTAIN A DRIVER’S LICENSE BY THE SECOND YEAR OF THE PROGRAM
- Automotive Technician
- Service Writer
- Parts Manager