Instructor: Rich Henrion Paraprofessional: John Hanold
Automotive Technology I
Automotive Technology I at the Technical Education Center teaches general service, maintenance, diagnosing, upkeep and repair. Students will have the opportunity to study and apply current theory and hands-on techniques in a real shop setting. Auto I will cover engine fundamentals, tune-up and ignition, cooling, lubrication, fuel systems, computer controls, diagnosing and troubleshooting. Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems will be covered in great detail. Students will have the opportunity to complete a NATEF (National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) certified automotive electronics program.
Automotive Technology II
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology I
Automotive Technology II at the Technical Education Center covers detailed information on drivability and engine performance with extensive use of the engine analyzer and scanner. Computer and emission controls will also be covered in detail. This class stresses modern service techniques on up-to-date equipment. Automotive brake systems will be covered in great detail. Students will have the opportunity to complete a NATEF (National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) certified automotive brakes program.
Certifications: NATEF Brakes & Electrical
Earn up to 5 – 10 credits at Bay de Noc Community College or
1 – 4 credits at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College