AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY I (7213, 7205, 7212, see below)

6 Cr / All Year / 3 Periods / Grades 11-12

  • Students signing up for this CTE course will be enrolled in the following courses that will run throughout the year: 7213, 7205, 7212
  • CTE application required
  • Recommended Prerequisite: Preparing for College & Careers, APS: Small Engines
  • Location: Wawasee High School
  • Students may earn ASE, Valvoline, & Mitchell1 ProDemand certifications 
  • Students may receive up to 3 dual credits from IVY Tech Community College 
    • Principles – N/A 
    • Concentrator A – AUTI 121 Brake Systems (3 dual credits)
    • Concentrator B – N/A 
  • Students may also earn dual credits through Baker’s College (Auto Diesel Institute), UNOH, & Lincoln Tech upon admission to those institutions and successful completion of the course
  • Content standards are based on ASE certifications 

7213 Principles of Automotive Services (2 high school credits)

This course gives students an overview of the operating and general maintenance systems of the modern automobile. Students will be introduced to the safety and operation of equipment and tools used in the automotive industry. Students will study the maintenance and light repair of automotive systems. Also, this course gives students an overview of the electrical operating systems of the modern automobile. Students will be introduced to the safety and operation of equipment and tools used in the electrical diagnosis and repair in the automotive electrical industry. Students will study the fundamentals of electricity and automotive electronics.

7205 Brake Systems (2 credits)

  • Aligning Concentrator A Dual Credit Course: AUTI 121 Brake Systems 

This course gives students an in-depth study of vehicle electrical systems. Students will study the fundamentals of electricity and automotive electronics in various automotive systems. Additionally, it teaches theory, service and repair of automotive braking systems. This course provides an overview of various mechanical brake systems used on today’s automobiles. This course will emphasize professional diagnosis and repair methods for brake systems.

7212 Steering and Suspensions (2 high school credits)

This course takes an in-depth look at engine performance, including concepts in the diagnosis and repair of ignition, fuel, emission and related computer networks. This course presents engine theory and operation and studies the various engine designs utilized today. This course also takes an in-depth look at engine performance, including advanced concepts in the diagnosis and repair of ignition, fuel, emission and related computer networks. This course presents engine theory and operation and studies the various engine designs utilized today. Hybrid/Alternative fuel technology will also be introduced.

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY II (7375 AUTO SRV CAP)

6 Cr / All Year / 3 Periods / Grade 12

  • CTE application required
  • Required Prerequisite: Successful completion of Automotive Services Technology I
  • Location: Wawasee High School
  • Students may earn ASE, Valvoline, & Mitchell1 ProDemand certifications 
  • There are no dual credit opportunities from IVY Tech Community College for this class
  • Students may earn dual credits through Baker’s College (Auto Diesel Institute), UNOH, & Lincoln Tech upon admission to those institutions and successful completion of the course
  • Content standards are based on ASE certifications 

The Auto Service Capstone (7375) course further explores important skills and competencies within the Automotive Service Technology Pathway. Topics such as Steering & Suspension, Engine Repair, Climate Control, and Driveline Service. Additionally, Co-Op and Internship opportunities will be available for students.

MARINE MECHANICS & POWER SPORTS I (5842 RME I)

6 Cr / All Year / 3 Periods / Grades 11-12

  • Students signing up for this course will be enrolled in the following courses that will run throughout the year: 5842.
  • CTE application required
  • Recommended Prerequisite: Preparing for College & Careers, APS: Small Engines
  • Location: Wawasee High School’s Marine & Power Sports Facility 
  • Students may earn Forklift Operator, Mercury, Yamaha, and Evinrude certifications 
  • There are no dual credit opportunities from IVY Tech Community College for this class

Recreational and Mobile Equipment I (5842) introduces students to fundamental concepts in the internal workings and operations of engines. Training will cover hydraulics, cooling and electrical systems, and other engine components. Students will explore the interrelatedness of these systems by examining and identifying the commonalities and differences between the various engines that power recreational and mobile equipment. Additional emphasis should be placed on content specific reading of repair and maintenance manuals.

MARINE MECHANICS & POWER SPORTS II (5844 RME II)

6 Cr / All Year / 3 Periods / Grades 11-12

  • Students signing up for this course will be enrolled in the following courses that will run throughout the year: 5844.
  • CTE application required
  • Required Prerequisite: Successful completion of Marine Mechanics I
  • Location: Wawasee High School’s Marine & Power Sports Facility 
  • Students may earn Forklift Operator, Mercury, Yamaha, and Evinrude certifications 
  • There are no dual credit opportunities from IVY Tech Community College for this class

Recreational and Mobile Equipment II (5844) builds on the basic engine concepts of Recreational and Mobile Equipment I. Advanced training should cover care and service of recreational vehicles including motorcycles, mini-bikes, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and outboard motors. Daily emphasis is placed on reading technical manuals and using oral communications skills in a customer service setting.