Automotive Technology I and II
Lebanon Technology & Career Center
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Name: Brian D. Moore
Certification: ASE Master Technician
Education: Missouri State University, Ozarks Technical Community College, Drury University, Central State University
Years in Education: 11
Automotive Industry: 16 1/2 years in GM Dealership
Name: Josh Arl
Certification: ASE Certification, Ford Master Certified,
Master Diesel Certified
Education: Drury University, St. Louis Community College
Years in Education: 1
Automotive Industry: 7 years in Ford dealerships, Shop Owner--2 years
Areas of Training
A Certified Training Facility
Automotive Service Excellence
General Service Technician
Automotive Technology I--The purpose of this program is to provide students with inspection, repair, and diagnostic skills to obtain employment in the automotive service industry. The class teaches skills based on the automotive industry standards for Automotive Service Excellence. Students will receive instruction in the following areas: automotive safety practices, automotive tools and equipment, lubrication and cooling systems, brake systems, suspension systems, steering systems, and hydraulic systems. Appropriate personal wear including safety glasses, safety shoes, and/or uniforms may be required for lab activities.
Automotive Technology II--The purpose of this program is to provide students with advanced inspection, repair, and diagnostic skills to obtain employment in the automotive service industry. The class teaches skills based on the automotive industry for Automotive Service Excellence. Students will receive instruction in the following areas: automotive safety practices, electrical system diagnosis, battery diagnosis and service, starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, gauges, and electrical accessories, ignition systems, fuel and exhaust systems, emission control systems, engine diagnosis, cylinder head and valve train diagnosis and repair, short block diagnosis and repair (if time allows), lubrication and cooling systems, and air conditioning and heating systems. Apropriate personal wear including safety glasses, safety shoes, and/or uniforms may be required for lab activities. Second year students have the opportunity to participate in an internship program during the last semester of their second year in the program. Students will also plan and prepare for the annual car show.
Related Academics--Students will be expected to participate in and earn a C grade or better in the technical Math and English competencies required to complete the Collision Repair program.
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