Introduction to Automotive
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 and lab activities of these courses.
Standards and Objectives
Test Points by Standard
- Test Number: 505
- CIP Code: 47.0604
- Levels: 10-12
- Course Length: 0.5 Credit Minimum
- Number of Questions: See Test Points by Standard
- Test Duration: 90 Minutes
- Eligibility: Successful completion of the course standards and objectives.
Required Tracking Form
The performance documentation is required to be submitted to the school testing coordinator on the day of the test.
Optional Tracking Form
The student performance evaluation is a required component of the skill certification process. Each student must be evaluated on the required performance objectives. Performance objectives my be completed and evaluated any time during the course.
Student Performance Evaluation Introduction
Student Performance Evaluation Brakes
Student Performance Evaluation Electrical
Student Performance Evaluation Engine Performance
Student Performance Evaluation Suspension
Students who achieve 80% (moderately to highly skilled) on all performance objectives and 80% on the written test will be issued a CTE skill certificate.