Automotive Maintenance Technology
Bret Bouslaugh - Instructor
WHO AM I?
I'm an explorer, dreamer, developer, thinker and so much more.
Everything I've accomplished and done in my life has been guided by my curiosity, creativity, and diligence.
I will use this shop space and my personal experience in the industry to teach and guide the up-and-coming generation of technicians. I've learned so much good over my years as an automotive professional but also a little bad so, it's my hope to launch my students into the automotive industry while knowing what mistakes not to make early in your career and how to build a successful one. This all starts with the want to learn and practice good work ethics. I'm constantly changing and evolving my class to best suit my students.
Grade level 11-12. May be taken 3 times with a “C” or better grade to advance. AM and PM sessions offered
Why take this course?
- Learn how to conduct vehicle inspections
- Learn the skills to do preventative maintenance and light repairs
- Learn Fluid Maintenance
Credits & certifications
1.5 elective credit
ASE student certification
College credit available
Automotive Maintenance Technology is an introduction to the highly technical, computerized industry of today’s automotive engines. Students will learn the basic principles of automotive operation and maintenance through hands-on labs and classroom activities, focusing on the modern computerized diagnostics tools used by industry. The skills learned in class will help students pursue entry-level jobs/careers in the automotive industry. The course offers students the ability to maintain their own vehicles. The class will help students continue on to post-secondary education such as Avtec, UAA, or UTI.
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