AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY: I & II #8506/8507
- Currently over 750,000 automotive technician jobs in the U.S.
- Growing need for qualified technicians provides strong employment opportunities.
- Students can earn 17 college credits through dual enrollment with TNCC.
- Summer mentorship opportunities provide paying jobs, real world experience, and a good learning environment that can lead into careers after graduation.
- Two year course
Automatic transmissions and transaxles
Manual drivetrain and axles
Suspension and steering
Heating and air conditioning
Auto maintenance and light repair
Students must have completed English 10 and Algebra I with a grade of “C” or above.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: (heavy lifting, exposure to dust, chemicals, physical activity, requires several weekends or other activity, etc)
Butler Farm, Hampton
SESSIONS: A.M. and P.M.
CLASS SIZE: 20 students
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
National Automotive Technicians’ Education Foundation (NATEF)
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Skills USA
|Student Organization Fee||$17.00|
|2nd Yr Students Only pay $17.00 for Student Organization Fee|
INSTRUCTOR (AUTO TECH I): Timothy Fary email@example.com, 757-766-1100 ext. 9-3345
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INSTRUCTOR (AUTO TECH II): Dennis Young firstname.lastname@example.org, 757-766-1100 ext. 9- 3318
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