Automotive Maintenance Technology
Bret Bouslaugh - Instructor
Grade level 11-12. May be taken 3 times with a “C” or better grade to advance. AM and PM sessions offered
Why take this course?
- Discover the technical advances of modern computerized automobiles
- Apply preventative maintenance to your own car or truck
- Earn industry recognized certifications in the automotive service industry
Credits & certifications
1.5 elective credit
ASE student certification
College credit available
Automotive Maintenance Technology is an introduction to the highly technical, computerized industry of today’s automotive engines. This program is designed to prepare students to understand the theory, diagnose and repair automotive engines, including electrical systems, brake systems, suspension & steering and fuel systems. Students will learn the basic principles of automotive operation and maintenance through hands-on labs and classroom activities, focusing on the modern computerized diagnostics tools used by industry. Student in the Automotive Maintenance program will work toward ASE Student Certification, the first step in building a career as a service professional in the automotive industry. Dual credit agreements with the University of Alaska Anchorage, rated one of the top automotive schools in the nation by The Best Schools, allow students to seamlessly transition to the advanced post-secondary programs and certifications.
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