This course, currently designated as non-credit, is a result of a collaborative effort with Step One Automotive Group and NWFSC. The instructional sessions are conducted both at our Fort Walton Beach (FWB) campus and at Step One Automotive facilities.
|Course Title||Clock Hours||Certifications|
|Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers||200||ASE Auto/Light Truck Tech: Electrical/Electronic System|
|Helpers-Installation Maintenance and Repair Workers||100||Embedded Certifications: NC3 Torque and NC3 Precision Measuring Instruments|
|Tire Repairers and Changers||200||ASE Auto/Light Truck Tech: Brakes and ASE Auto/Light Truck Tech: Suspension and Steering|
|Automotive Service technicians and Mechanics||220||ASE Heating and Air Conditioning|
- Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers. 200 clock hours
Students will develop the ability to apply electrical and electronic skills for diagnosing and troubleshooting malfunctions within electrical and electronic components. They will also be expected to demonstrate a solid understanding of electrical and electronic circuits, including series, parallel, and series-parallel configurations, employing the principles of electricity, such as Ohm’s Law.
- Helpers-Installation Maintenance and Repair Workers. 100 clock hours
This course aims to introduce and foster proficiency in a comprehensive range of essential areas, ensuring that students are well-prepared for success in the industry. Students will be acquainted with the proper use of tools and equipment, gain expertise in handling fastener hardware, and prioritize safety measures in all aspects of their work. Additionally, the curriculum will emphasize the utilization of measuring devices, navigating computer service and parts databases, honing mathematical and scientific skills relevant to the industry, improving communication skills, and developing a strong foundation in employability skills.
- Tire Repairers and Changers. 200 clock hours
Students will develop expertise in servicing steering, suspension, and wheel systems, equipping them to demonstrate proficiency in maintaining automotive brake systems. Furthermore, students will gain the skills to diagnose, repair, lubricate, replace, or remove necessary equipment as per instructional guidance. Additionally, they will be trained to perform thorough inspections and conduct wheel alignments.
- Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics. 220 clock hours
Students will acquire proficiency in comprehending the principles, design, and operation of engines, manual transmissions, automatic transmissions, and drivelines. Furthermore, they will demonstrate competence in servicing essential components, including fluids, filters, gaskets, and seals within engines, transmissions, and driveline systems. In addition, students will showcase their proficiency in both operating and servicing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
Following successful completion of all course’s students are eligible for certification testing in ASE Maintenance and Light Repair.
Course Tuition and Fees
This program is funded 100% with grant dollars.
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