Automotive Technology
Mr. Long
The Automotive Technical Training program gives a student the opportunity to develop skills by operating state-of-the-art testing equipment such as the engine computer diagnostic analyzer, trouble code scanner testers, computer four-wheel alignment, computer wheel balancing, brake lathes, and more. Using the above equipment, the following job skills will be developed: engine diagnosis and tune-up, engine rebuilding, brake service, safety inspections, automatic transmission, trans-axles, standard transmissions, tires, suspension and computer four-wheel alignment. Twenty-five percent of the time is spent in book study, viewing videos, demonstrations, lecture and SkillsUSA Professional Development Program. Seventy-five percent of the class consists of hands-on lab experience