Automotive Technology – CTI

This program addresses the fundamental working principles of the modern automobile. This program is designed for those who intend to make the Automotive Trades their career. Instruction is provided in an ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified shop with ASE certified instructors. Skills and theories in the program follow proficiencies outlined through NATEF (National Automotive Technical Education Foundation) and are comprised of the technician certification areas offered through ASE to the technician currently employed in the field. Now includes OSHA10 certification

This program addresses the fundamental working principles of the modern automobile. This program is designed for those who intend to make the Automotive Trades their career. Instruction is provided in an ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified shop with ASE certified instructors. Skills and theories in the program follow proficiencies outlined through NATEF (National
Automotive Technical Education Foundation) and are comprised of the technician certification areas offered through ASE to the technician currently employed in the field.

Now includes OSHA10 certification


Included in this program are topics in vehicle construction and design as they apply to mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical system service. The student will use diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot and service ignition, fuel injection, on board computer, battery, starting and charging, cooling, suspension, and brake systems.

Students will learn:

  • Engine Design and Operation
  • Brake System Operation & Service
  • Steering System Service
  • Transmission Overhaul
  • Drive Lines
  • Suspension Systems & Alignment
  • Engine Control Systems
  • Electrical and Electronic Systems
  • Tires and Wheels
  • Hand & Power Tools, Shop
  • Equipment, & Hand Held Test Equipment
  • Shop Safety Practices
  • Fasteners, Gaskets, Seals & Sealants
  • Service Manuals
  • Energy Conversion
  • Combustion Requirement
  • Emission System Theory

Upon successful completion of the program students will be prepared to seek employment in the automotive trades that require general mechanic skills, specialty areas like brake and muffler shop work, emission control service.

Admissions Requirements
There are no special requirements for admission to this program. However, a basic comprehension of reading and math is expected.

Career & Technical Institute of Camden County College

856-874-6004
tradetraining@camdencc.edu

Continuing Education

Additional information

CTI Code

CE.TRD-011

Hours

382

CEU

38.2

Location:

Camden County Technical School, Sicklerville Campus