This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in the automotive powertrain remanufacturing industry. It covers the various processes and procedures used in the repair and remanufacturing of vehicle engines, transmissions, transaxles, and final drive units.
Anticipated Number of Annual Program Completers (at the end of year 1 or 2): 24
Anticipated Number of Annual Program Completers (at the end of year 5): 40
Career Technical Education
The goal of the Automotive Powertrain Systems Remanufacturing certificate program is to provide students with a clear pathway towards a career in powertrain component remanufacturing. This program will ensure students are ready to meet the demand for technicians and machinists to replace the aging workforce in the automotive remanufacturing industry.
To provide students with a clear pathway towards a career in powertrain component remanufacturing, students will complete coursework in engine and drivetrain repair, reconditioning, and remanufacturing.
(Y1 or S1)
|AT100 or AT103||Technical Basics for the Automotive Professional (3)||3||S1|
|AT130||Manual Drive Trains and Axles||3||S1|
|AT180||Automotive Data Acquisition||3||S1|
|AT301||Small Gas Engines, Outdoor Power Equipment||4||S1|
|AT313||Automatic Transmission and Transaxles||3||S2|
|AT314||Automotive Engine Repair||3||S2|
|AT350||Automotive Engine Blueprinting, Machine Work and Manufacturing||4||S2|
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