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Advanced Automotive Technology

The Advanced Automotive program will incorporate critical  thinking and diagnostics to maintain the highest level of integrity that the automotive industry has come to expect from technicians. The program uses cutting edge technology and online resources to facilitate quality outcomes. The curriculum is designed to help students achieve the necessary understanding of automotive principles through a variety of experiences including actual lab activities. The goal of this program is to provide students with a broad knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the automotive industry.Students will be exposed to many careers which require the same basic knowledge of the automobile.
Course Goals and Objectives
The primary goal of the cooperative method of vocational educationis to prepare skilled responsible individuals who can assume a productive role in the community.Specific objectives to meet the primary

Course goals and Objectives are:

To prepare individuals for employment ,adjustment and advancement in specificied occupationsor occupational areas.
To provide an understandingof the contribution of workto the social and economic welfare of our nation.
To provide training that the students with a understanding and appreciation of the American free enterprise system.
To foster awareness of the civic,social and moral responsibilities of individuals to society
To stimulate students interest in their chosen occupational fields and privide a understanding of the opportunities in each field
To supplement and broaden the school curriculum into areas not otherwise avalaible            

Mr. Redden
Auto Tech II
conference periods 11:04-12:04

Soon, you 'll be able to check the "Homework," "Class Calendar," and "Download" links to the left.

I will also be providing more information on this page.


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