General Automotive Service Certificate of Achievement
The emphasis of the General Automotive Service Certificate is on vehicle general systems including their basic operation, function, service, and maintenance. The systems include electrical, braking, steering & suspension, engine management, and heating & air conditioning systems.
This certificate is designed to prepare students and incumbent employees for entry-level positions at local automotive dealerships, independent repair facilities, national repair chains, fleets, and parts suppliers. The applicable courses are National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) compliant, meet the standards of National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), and integrate Mopar College Automotive Program (CAP) Local levels 0 and 1 online coursework.
|AUTO 010||Introduction to Automotive Technology||4|
|AUTO 011B||Auto Electronics & Electrical Systems||4|
|AUTO 012A||Automotive Suspension & Steering Systems||4|
|AUTO 013A||Automotive Braking Systems||4|
|AUTO 014A||Automotive Engine Management||4|
|AUTO 018||Automotive Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning||4|
|AUTO 095A||Automotive Technology Work Experience (Maximum of 2 units may be used for work experience) 1||2|
For extenuating circumstances, as deemed by the automotive advisor, work experience may be fulfilled through a special shop project or an appropriate elective.