AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

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    Course Title: ROP Automotive Technology (Beginning and Advanced) 

    Location: Terra Linda High School 

    Dates: Fall and Spring Semesters 

    Times: 3rd period and 5th period 

    Age Group: High school students, recommended age 16 or older. 

     

    Description: Students receive an understanding of mechanical systems operation, gain proficiency in service skills, and practice professionalism. They receive instruction in electrical circuits and computer diagnosis, cooling systems, diagnostic testing, basic mechanics, wheel alignment, shop procedures, smog testing, general service, and fuel system diagnosis and repair. Beginning and Advanced levels articulate with College of Marin. This program is certified by the Automotive Technical Training Standards and students who qualify may receive an ATTS-approved certificate. 

     

    WebsiteTerra Linda High School Automotive Technology Program

     

    For more information, contact Jesse Madsen, jmadsen@marinschools.org

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    Tamalpais Unified School District also offers Automotive Technology

     

    Course Title: Automotive Technology (Beginning and Advanced) 

    Location: Tamalpais High School 

    Dates: Fall and Spring Semesters 

    Times: 6th period 

    Age Group: High school students, recommended age 16 or older. 

     

    Description: Beginning Automotive Technology teaches students about simple vehicle repair and maintenance, and covers topics such as basic vehicle systems, preventive maintenance, repairs, tool use, shop safety, and equipment use. Advanced Automotive Technology increases technical skills with in-depth studies of automotive systems, theory, complex troubleshooting, and complex repairs. Beginning and Advanced levels articulate with College of Marin. 

     

    Telephone: 415-380-3510 

    Website: Tamalpais High School Automotive Technology Program

     

     

    Two students with tools in hand  Students are gathered around car machine  Auto students at a Job Shadow tour