Automotive Technology I (Standard)

Credits: 3

Automotive Technology I offers hands-on shop experience and problem-based learning in a fully equipped mobile equipment repair (mechanics) and/or collision-repair (auto body and painting) facility. Students will learn about areas of the automotive industry as well as transferable skills that apply to automotive systems, oversee scheduling of appointments, ordering parts, managing stock items, assessing collision damage, and mixing and applying modern automotive finishes.


Automotive Technology I provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed decisions about pursuing a career in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics career cluster. This course is an excellent choice for all students who will need to understand and maintain their own vehicles and equipment or those who wish to follow this path to post-secondary education and employment.


Open to Juniors and Seniors.