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    Oct 16, 2021  
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Automotive Analysis and Repair Fundamentals, (CSC)


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Program Info

Minimum credits: 17
Length: 2 semesters

 

Career opportunities:

Automotive Quick Lube and Tire Technician
Automotive Parts Sales / Inventory Control: $16.00 per hour (Per local trends)

*Median salaries & job growth nationwide as of 2015. BLS.gov

Division: Workforce Services
Contact: 434.797.6437
Award: Career Studies Certificate
Plan Code: 221-909-01 CIP Code: 47.0604
Length: A student can complete this program in 1 year.

Program Description

The Career Studies Certificate in Automotive Analysis and Repair Fundamentals Program is to help entry-level employees in the automotive and related trades to obtain job-specific knowledge and skills to improve their work performance and career status within the automotive analysis and repair program.

Completers will have entry level skills in the following occupational areas: auto parts sales, automotive repair assistant, lubrication & cooling systems assistant, brake system assistant.

Admission Requirements: Entry into this curriculum may be attained by meeting the general admission requirements established for the College.

Occupational Objective: Graduates of this program will have:

  • Basic occupational skills for automotive analysis and repair fundamentals
  • Basic skills and understanding of brakes, engines, lubrication, and cooling systems.
  • Basic understanding of terms and terminology in the automotive profession
  • Knowledge of safety requirements for automotive occupations.
  • Occupational preparation skills for employment.

Program Outcomes: Graduates of the Automotive Analysis and Repair Fundamentals program will:

  • Know and demonstrate an understanding of automotive analysis and repair fundamentals at the 80% proficiency level.
  • Complete and pass the PS / 2 safety industry certification.
  • Demonstrate the use of hand and power tools in the automotive fundamentals program.
  • Practice fundamental automotive analysis and repair skills in the upkeep of automobiles
  • Know and practice skills in the automotive analysis and repair occupation and obtain industry credentials in their specialized areas.

Industry Based Certifications may include NATEF Certification in Brakes; Lubrication; Engine Repair and PS / 2 Automotive Safety

Program Requirements: To be awarded a Career Studies Certificate the student must complete all requirements and successfully complete the program as follows:

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