• AUTOS - INTRODUCTION TO – TE1228

    Length of Course:

    One Semester 

    Credit:

    .5 Credit

    Grade Placement:

    10, 11, 12

    Prerequisite:

    None

    State Code:

    21052A002

    Course Description: This course is designed for those students who wish to know more about the car they drive. Students who take this course will not become mechanics, but will learn preventative maintenance and simple mechanical repairs that can be easily accomplished by the consumer. Classroom and lab topics covered are shop safety, hand tools, internal combustion engine basics, changing engine oil and filters, tire rotation, changing a flat tire, and proper vehicle maintenance. At the conclusion of the course, the student will be able to perform basic auto service tasks required to maintain a vehicle in proper running condition. Students are expected to pay for materials consumed for personal use. Safety glasses are required. This course is a prerequisite to the Vocational Auto I course. Classroom 80% - Lab 20%