Automotive Tech 2


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Program description;

In the second year, students begin to do more hands-on work which includes more diagnostic skills. Students will keep a portfolio to document each day’s work in the shop. We encourage students to prepare for and take national and state sponsored exams.

Certifications:

Tech II students will be encouraged to take the following exams: Brake and/or Steering and Suspension ASE technicians exam Maine State Inspection exam Ford/AAA troubleshooting entrance exam.

Skills students will aquire:

Shop and tool safety, diagnostic skills, sequencing, organization, shop and tool use, problem solving

Activities which students will partake:

Operating shop equipment, tire work, brakes, suspension, engine performance, shop safety. Entry-level job opportunities: Entry-level technician at a dealership, independent shop, and detailing facility; retail or wholesale parts representative; tire mounting technician

Post-Secondary Opportunities:

Two-year associate degree from community colleges in general automotive repair, dealer track, service writer, or manufacture specific programs; entry-level placement in a car dealership or independent repair facility

 

Requirements

Successful completion of the Automotive Tech 1 curriculum.

Details

Schedule

This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri.

Location

This course is held at Westbrook Regional Vocational Center in room 409.