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Automotive Technology Automotive Technology

The Automotive Service Technology program of study is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and abilities required for entry-level positions in the automotive industry. Students successfully completing this program will have the technical skills required to properly diagnose, repair, and maintain the parts and systems comprising the modern automobile.

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Collision Repair Technology Collision Repair Technology

The Collision Repair Technology program of study is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and abilities required for entry-level positions in Collision Repair industry. Collision Technicians restore vehicles damaged as a result of collision, corrosion, or wear. Some of the topics covered are: safety, welding and cutting techniques, identification and analysis of damage, measuring and texturing systems, metal/fiberglass/plastic repair, refinishing from total paint jobs to minor repair, estimating and detailing

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Diesel Technology Diesel Technology

The Diesel Service Technology program of study is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and abilities required for entry-level positions in Diesel Service industry. Students will learn to perform inspections, tests, and measurements for diagnosis and to perform needed repairs. Course content prepares students to continue in post secondary education, for advanced training in diesel service technology, for entry level employment in diesel engine repair and to take the ASE written test for Diesel Certifications.

Leisure Craft/Small Engine Technology Leisure Craft/Small Engine Technology

Leisure Craft/Small Engine Technology program of study is intended to offer entry level instruction and training in tool use, measurement, maintenance, diagnostics, personal and shop safety, theory, design and applications as they pertain to the subject of small internal combustion engines. Students will be exposed to various methods of instruction, including lecture, interactive research and instruction via computer applications, audiovisual instruction and hands-on learning in a lab environment. Critical thinking and problem solving skills would be demonstrated through completion of required projects, such as the disassembly and reassembly and successful running of a small gas engine. In addition, the course will start students on a path of preparation for continued secondary educational opportunities and/or career placement in the field of power technology.

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+ Gail Ridenour, Secretary
+ Rocky Riley, Career & Technical Education Supervisor
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