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Automotive Technology IICL200030

Credits: BUHS 12, Sending Schools 3

Duration: Full Year


Automotive Technology II is a yearlong, two-hour class designed to give students a more advanced concept of the diagnosis and repair of today’s passenger vehicles.  This course is the second of two courses to complete the automotive pathway.  Upon completion of the program, students will possess the necessary knowledge and skills to enter a post-secondary technical school or move into the workforce as an entry-level technician.  Students in this course will share classroom and lab time while learning about steering and suspension, brake systems, engine repair, engine performance, heating, and air conditioning and electrical and electronic systems.  Along with this curriculum, students will be working in a live shop setting, which means they will be diagnosing and repairing customer vehicles, ordering parts and talking with customers.

Throughout the entire pathway, there will be a strong emphasis on teamwork, work ethics, critical thinking, accountability in the workplace and the vitality of any job (regardless of status) being executed properly.  There will also be a heavy emphasis on maintaining safety, professionalism and very high standards of vehicle repairs.  It is the goal to prepare students for real-life situations and to create a strong foundation of skills and knowledge possessed by a highly skilled employee in the automotive industry.

Recommended:

Driver's Education
Math: Algebra 1 and Geometry
Reading: grade 9

Prerequisite:

Successful completion of Automotive Technology I.
Individuals who love problem solving, mechanical workings of a car, and electrical circuits.


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