Average Salary: $11.00/hr Students: Adult & High School Campus: Drumright Times: Morning, Afternoon, Full Day
Learn skills to diagnose and repair: electrical systems, brakes, steering, suspension, ignition & emissions systems, and engine repair & performance. Classroom work and shop projects allow students to get their hands on a variety of cars and trucks. Certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) for Automotive Service Excellence (A.S.E.)
AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE & LIGHT REPAIR TECHNICIAN
Students in this major will learn the basic skills needed to gain employment as a maintenance and light repair technician. This career major will expose the students to courses in automotive preventive maintenance and servicing and replacing brakes and steering and suspension components. They will also learn to do general electrical system diagnosis, learn electrical theory, perform basic tests and then determine necessary action. They will learn to evacuate and recharge air conditioning systems using the proper refrigerant. The hours completed in this major are aligned with ASE/NATEF standards and an excellent foundation for the entry-level technician.
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Students will learn to diagnose and repair performance and electrical issues in the vehicle which affect its operation and drivability. It is important to know where to find the proper service information and how to get good information from the customer to help in the diagnosis. Students will learn electrical theory, how to do general electrical system diagnosis and repair, including electrical accessory diagnosis and repair. They will also learn to do engine performance diagnosis using a variety of equipment and how to perform tests on the engine computer, control sensors, sending units, and other electronic components and to determine necessary action. The hours completed in this major are aligned with ASE/NATEF standards, and ASE certification is recommended and industry recognized.