Auto Tech Education

Automotive Technology All students taking Auto Tech courses are local Skills /USA members. High Skill, High Demand Job Opportunities.   

Transportation Core #5702-1

Grades: 9-12 Credit: 1

Materials Fee: $10

This course prepares students for entry into all subsequent transportation courses. Content emphasizes beginning transportation service skills. Upon completing this course students may enter automotive service technology, collision repair and refinish technology, or aviation maintenance. This course is required before attending the Tennessee Technology Center (TTC) and enrolling in the following: Collision Repair Technology Nonstructural #5707-2, Suspension & Steering #5710-3, Engine Performance #5714, Electronic Systems #5713.

 

Brakes Systems #5712

Grades: 10-12 Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Transportation Core #5702-1

Materials Fee: $10

This course teaches the junction and repair/replacement of automobile brakes and the braking systems. This course is required before attending the Tennessee Technology Center (TTC) and enrolling in the following: Collision Repair Technology - Nonstructural #5707, Suspension & Steering #5710, Engine Performance #5714.  

Electronic Systems #5713

Grades 11-12 Credit 1

Prerequisite: Transportation Core #5702-1, Brakes 5712

Materials Fee: $10

Automotive: Electronics is a course that prepares students for entry-level positions or advanced training in automotive electrical and electronics systems. Students apply principles of electronics to automotive technology and develop diagnostic skills. The course provides students the opportunity to acquire marketable skills by training in the use of digital and analog voltmeters, ohmmeters, and amp-meters; as well as oscilloscopes, test-lights, load-testers and specialized electrical test equipment.