Course Links T235 Automotive Technology 1
Auto Technology 1 covers theory of operation and care of the basic components of the modern automobile. Areas of study include engines and engine systems, brakes, and suspensions. Hands-on activities consist of working with actual automotive parts and work on live cars. This course is a prerequisite for T336 Auto Technology 2 and stresses entry level job skills. It is recommended for students interested in becoming an automotive technician, as well as for those who wish to learn basic automotive repair for personal use.
LEVEL: 2,3,4

One Year - One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Walser

 

T336 Automotive Technology 2
Auto Technology 2 deals with testing, adjustment, repair and replacement of various components of the automobile. Students study troubleshooting and the use of test equipment including engine analyzers, computer scanners, pressure testers, and emission analyzers. They gain experience in engine mechanical diagnosis and servicing, fuel injection and emission control service, electrical testing, brake repair, alignment, transmission work, and air conditioning service. Time will be split between classroom and lab activities. Students may bring vehicles into the lab for maintenance, testing, and repair when related to planned class activities.
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of T235 Auto Technology 1
LEVEL: 3,4

One Year - One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Ligman

 

T437 NATEF Automotive Independent Study 3
The Township High School District 211 Automotive Technology program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). NATEF certification helps prepare students for post-secondary education, the workplace, and for Automotive Service Excellence (A.S.E.) exams. This course allows students who are interested in a career in automotive repair and maintenance to gain additional knowledge and experience in an area or areas of particular interest. Each student, with the help and supervision of the instructor, will work to complete NATEF tasks in brakes, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, and suspension and steering. Students working on independent study projects must show personal initiative and self-direction in developing goals and carrying out plans. Students will use industry standard research software to troubleshoot and service vehicles
PREREQUISITE: Instructor's approval and successful completion of T336 Auto Technology 2.
LEVEL: 4

One-Half Year - One-Half Credit or One Year - One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Ligman

 

T487 NATEF Automotive Independent Study 4
The Township High School District 211 Automotive Technology program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). NATEF certification helps prepare students for post-secondary education, the workplace, and for Automotive Service Excellence (A.S.E.) exams. This course allows students who are interested in a career in automotive repair and maintenance to gain additional knowledge and experience in an area or areas of particular interest. Each student, with the help and supervision of the instructor, will work to complete NATEF tasks of increasing degrees of difficulty in brakes, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, and suspension and steering. Students working on independent study projects must show personal initiative and self-direction in developing goals and carrying out plans. Students will use industry standard research software to troubleshoot and service vehicles
PREREQUISITE: Instructor's approval, successful completion of T336 Auto Technology 2 and concurrently enrolled in T-437 NATEF Automotive Independent Study 3.
LEVEL: 4

One-Half Year - One-Half Credit or One Year - One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Ligman


   
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    Building Construction  
    Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)  
    Computer Repair  
    Electronics Technology  
    Engineering (Project Lead the Way)  
    Production Technology  
    Small Engines & Power Technology  
    Woods Technology  
       
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Updated June 2013