Auto Mechanics (I and II) is a comprehensive two year program of instruction and hands on experiences designed to help students acquire the skills needed to enter the automotive repair field.
The Fundamentals, Brakes, and Introduction to Electrical/Electronic Systems course contains an introduction, safety, measurement, and tool/technical references content. It also contains an introduction to brake systems: disc brakes, drum brakes, and antilock brakes. This course also contains an introduction to electrical/electronic information and terminology. The Basic Electrical/Electronic Systems course contains electrical/electronic system theory, battery systems, starting systems, and charging systems. The Advanced Electrical/Electronic Systems course contains information on lighting systems, concepts of gauges, warning devices, driver information systems, horn system, wiper/washer system, and accessories system diagnostic repair.