Automotive General Service Technology I

Automotive General Service Technology I (MISO3- 17038)
Grades 10-12; 2 credits; 36 weeks

The General Service Technology programs begins with an orientation to the eight areas of NATEF standardized programming – Engine repair, Automatic transmissions, Manual drive, Suspension and steering, Brakes, Electrical/Electronic systems, Heating & Air Conditioning and Engine performance. This is a sequential course and is a prerequisite to Automotive General Service Technology II.

Course Description: Automotive General Service Technology I is a comprehensive vocational automotive program designed to give students an understanding of the operation and maintenance of the modern automobile. Program emphasis is in the major area of basic service, fuel systems, engine tune-up, electrical systems, engine overhaul, and chassis systems.

Objectives and/or Goals: Upon completion of the course, students will have a basic understanding of the operation, maintenance, and repair of engine systems, electrical systems, fuel systems and chassis systems. Students will be able to demonstrate proper human relations and communication skills in a working environment as well as develop basic skills in job seeking and career development.