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Based on the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Certification Program (ASE). Courses fulfill the needs of beginning and advanced students and those in the field who require upgrading, emphasizing Electric Vehicle technologies. Prepares students for the National ASE Certification exams.
Program goals and objectives must address a valid transfer, occupational, basic skills, civic education, or lifelong learning purpose. Regional recommendation is only needed for programs with an occupational goal.
The program's goal is to create well-rounded students who can advance in various industry roles, including automotive service technicians, electric vehicle service technicians, alternative fuel service technicians, and hybrid vehicle service technicians. The program aims to provide the skills necessary for obtaining and retaining employment in the automotive industry. This includes the real-life application of lecture material in the lab to diagnose, service, and repair various vehicles. Throughout the program, students will also understand the importance of soft skills directly related to the automotive industry. After completing each course in the program, students will be prepared to obtain ASE industry certifications. This program will also assist students in continuing their educational pathways to complete an Associate’s degree in Automotive Technology.
Based on the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Certification Program (ASE). Courses fulfill the needs of beginning and advanced students and those in the field who require upgrading. Emphasis on the technical repair of Electric, Hybrid, and Alternative fuel vehicle repair. Prepares students for the National ASE Certification exams. This certificate/degree in Automotive Electric Vehicle Technology requires the completion of 16 courses. It is designed to be completed within 4 semesters.
(Y1 or S1)
|Introduction to Basic Automotive Service
|Automotive Science & Basic Mechanics
|Automotive Braking Systems
|Automotive Electrical Systems
|Automotive Heating, Cooling, & Air Conditioning
|Engine Performance II
|Automotive Suspension, Alignment & Steering
|Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles
|Manual Transmission, Transaxles, & Final Drives
|Introduction to Hybrid, Electric, & Alternative Fuel Vehicles
|Basic Hybrid, Electric, and Alternative Fuel Vehicle Concepts
|Intermediate Hybrid, Electric, & Alternative Fuel Vehicle Electronics
|Advanced Hybrid, Electric, & Alternative Fuel Vehicles Concepts
|Cooperative Work Experience in Automotive Technology I
|Cooperative Work Experience in Automotive Technology II
|Cooperative Work Experience in Automotive Technology III
|Cooperative Work Experience in Automotive Technology IV
Jennifer Lewis · 08/10/23
SWC supports (not sure if this counts) :)
Jesse Lopez · 08/10/23
SDCC supports the new proposal based on COE's findings and a documented supply gap.
George Dowden · 08/10/23
Dr. Javier Ayala · 08/07/23
Looks like a regular auto program. Support with more discussion.
Monica Romero · 08/03/23
Mesa College supports this new progam.
Dr. Al Taccone · 08/03/23
MiraCosta College endorses.
John Edwards · 06/05/23
Southwestern College submitted the appropriate LMI from the COE. The COE recommends proceeding with developing a program because 1) existing programs do not meet current EV needs; 2) a supply gap exists; 3) a high number of annual openings exist.
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