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Auto Repair And Collision

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Automotive Mechanic Intro | high school course - semester

  • SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

This course prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, and introduction to engines, fuel, electricity/electronics, cooling, brake systems, drive trains, and suspension systems.  Instruction is also given in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems. These courses are based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom as well as lab activities.


Ase general service technician (auto tech 2 or 3) | HIGH SCHOOL COURSE - full year

  • SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of engines, fuel, electricity/electronics, cooling, brake systems, drive trains, and suspension systems.  Instruction is also given in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems. These courses are based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom.  Students may repeat this class for credit.


brake systems (auto 1110) | uvu concurrent enrollment - FULL YEAR: 3 credits

  • SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

This course covers the principles of automotive braking including hydraulic theory, diagnosis, and service of brake systems. Studies drum, disc, and power units. Includes wheel bearing adjustments, packing, and troubleshooting. Discusses tire construction including both lateral and radial run out and wheel balancing techniques.  Provides hands on brake systems instruction, including drum, disc, and power units. Includes wheel bearing adjustments, packing, and troubleshooting. Labs include tire construction, both lateral and radial run out and wheel balancing techniques.


auto paint and refinishing (crt 1110, 1111l, 1210, 121l) | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT - semester: up to 6 credits

  • SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

This course prepares individuals to safely prepare, mask, prime, seal, and paint vehicles and parts; use and maintain spray guns, booths, and equipment; address paint defects; mix, match, tint, and blend paint; store and dispose of hazardous materials; understand the corrosion protection process; and buff, and detail a refinished vehicle. This course also prepares individuals in repair and refinishing of uni-bodies and fenders of automobiles. This course is an introduction in non-structural repairs and various methods of refinishing and safety training. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program. Industry work ethic standards and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program as determined in the Professional Development Program (PDP).


non-structural collision repair (CRT 1120, 112l, 1130, 113l, 1140, 114l, 1230, 123l) | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT - full year: UP TO 12 CREDITS

  • SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

This course prepares individuals to perform non-structural repair, replacement, and adjustment of automotive outer body panels and uni-body components. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program. (Full year course, 2 class periods each semester.)