Automotive Services Tech I & II
Auto Service Tech includes classroom and laboratory experiences that incorporate training in all phases of automotive maintenance repair work on all types of automotive vehicles. Training in the use of technical manuals and a variety of hand and power tools will be included in this course. Instruction and practice provided will be in the diagnosis of malfunctions, disassembly of units, parts inspection and repair or replacement of parts, carburetion, brakes, ignition systems, engine overhaul and repair, transmission, front end alignment and the installation of a variety of accessories such as radios, heaters, and windshield wipers.
Marine Mechanics & Powersports
Marine Mechanics & Power Sports I & II introduces students to Shop Safety, Tools, Winterizing and off-season storage, Shrink Wrapping, General Maintenance, Trailer Systems, On water testing, Hull Configuration, 2 & 4 Stroke Theory Operation, Powertrain, Oils And lubrication systems, Fuels, Summarization, Propellers, Power Trim and Tilt Systems, Cooling systems, and Accessories. Additional emphasis will be placed on content specific reading of repair and maintenance manuals. This is a Marine/Boating based course that begins at the prop, ends at the bow, and encompasses all aspects of the mechanical operation of a boat, pontoon, PWC, and trailer. Students will get hands on experiences working with inboards, outboards, I/O’s, trailering boats, driving boats, troubleshooting boat problems, creating work orders, detailing, customer service, and basically all aspects of the boating business. On the Power Sports side students will get experiences working on Dirt bikes, ATV’s, UTV’s, Snowmobiles, and on-the-road Motorcycles.
Students will take an on-line test to become certified. Students will receive Certifications from:
– Bombardier Recreational Products
– Valvoline Oils
– DNR Boater Education Card