The Automotive Services course is a 2 year pathway and this course is hosted at SCILL in Knox. Potential careers after completing this pathway include auto diagnostic technician, automotive engineer, transportation manager, truck mechanic, automotive designer, auto line mechanic and automotive service technician.
North Central CTE Cooperative partners with SCILL (Starke County Initiative on Lifelong Learning) to offer this opportunity for students in the CTE Cooperative.
Automotive Technology Courses
Automotive Services will give students an overview of the operating and general maintenance systems of the modern automobile. Students will learn about the electrical and brake systems as well as the steering and suspensions systems of the automobile. Activities in class include brakes, electrical, tires, transmission, engine performance, suspension, oil changes, hand, power and air tool use!
Ivy Tech Community College provides the opportunity for students to earn up to 18 AUTI dual credits, including:
100 Basic Automotive Service
111 Electrical Systems I
121 Brake Systems
122 Steering and Suspension Systems
131 Engine Performance Systems I
145 Driveline Service
141 Engine Fundamentals and Repair