• Curriculum for Automotive

    Curriculum for Automotive

    The sequence for teaching will not be alphabetical. Based on the students expertiase, the sequence will be determined.

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    OCP-A Automotive Service Assistor

    300 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automotive Service Assistor course prepares students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study equipment skills, safety regulations, routine maintenance, and customer service.

     

    OCP-B Engine Repair Technician

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Engine Repair Technician prepares students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics and repair of general engine, cylinder heads, valve trains, engine block, lubrication, and cooling systems.

     

    OCP-C Automatic Transmission  Transaxle Technician.

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Technician prepare students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics, repair, service, and operation of automatic transmission/transaxles.

     

     OCP-D Manual Transmission  Transaxle Technician

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Manual Drivetrain and Axle Technician prepare students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics and repair of drive train, clutch, transmission, transaxle, half shaft universal, constant-velocity joint, rear axle, ring and pinion gears, differential case assemble, limited slip differential, drive shaft, and four wheel drive/all-wheel drive.

     

    OCP-E Automotive Steering and Suspension Technician.

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automotive Suspension and Steering Technician prepare students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics and repair of general suspension, steering systems, front suspensions, rear suspensions, wheel alignment, and tires.

     

    OCP-F Automotive Brake System Technician

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automotive Brake System Technician prepares students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics and repair of brake systems, drum brakes, disc brakes, power assist units, electronic brakes, traction, and stability control.

     

    OCP-G  Automotive ElectricalElectronic System Technician

    300 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician prepares students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study diagnostics and repair of electrical/electronics, battery, starting, charging, lighting, gauges, warning devices, driver information, horn, wiper/washer and accessory systems.

     

    OCP-H Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Technician

    150 Hours

    Course Description:

     The Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Technician prepare students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study the diagnosis, service and repair of heating and air conditioning, refrigeration, compressors, compressor clutches, evaporators, receiver driers, accumulators, condensers, heating and engine cooling, related control systems, refrigerant recovery, and recycling and handling.

     

    OCP-I Automotive Engine Performance Technician

    300 Hours

    Course Description:

    The Automotive Engine Performance Technician course prepares students for entry into the automotive service industry. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional auto mechanic. Students study the diagnosis, service and repair of engines, ignition, fuel, air induction, exhaust, computer, engine and emission control systems.