CCCC's Automotive Systems Technology program will be available at night
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The Central Carolina Community College Automotive Systems Technology program offers the Automotive ... (more)
SANFORD - The Central Carolina Community College Automotive Systems Technology two-semester Certificate program will be offered at night, beginning this fall.
The automotive industry has changed dramatically in recent years. Service technicians have replaced mechanics. Today's automobiles have become sophisticated systems with electronic components and embedded microprocessors. Mechanical components are being replaced with computers and circuit boards.
Because of the changing industry standards, the need for qualified technicians is growing rapidly. Graduates are being recruited for entry-level positions and go to work for dealerships, independent auto shops, and some start their own auto maintenance and repair businesses.
CCCC has well-equipped, spacious auto shops that support its automotive programs. Computerized diagnostic equipment, as well as technically advanced service equipment, prepares students with real world shop experiences. The shops are capable of handling all service and repair problems from bumper to bumper.
CCCC offers the Automotive Associate Degree (five semesters), Automotive Diploma (three semesters), and Automotive Certificate (two semesters) programs.
Students take classes in engine fundamentals, brake and electrical systems, and emission controls. They study chassis electronics, suspension and steering systems, and automotive heating and air conditioning. Advanced studies in the two-year degree program include classes in engine performance and repair, transmissions, and engine electrical management.
Students successfully completing the Automotive Systems Technology Program will be able to:
- Properly use automotive tools.
- Diagnose and repair automotive gasoline engines.
- Operate computers and electronic automotive service manuals related to the automotive industry.
- Diagnose and repair automotive brake systems.
- Diagnose and repair automotive chassis and steering systems.
- Diagnose and repair automotive climate control systems.
- Diagnose and repair automotive manual and automatic power trains.
- Recognize and repair automotive electronic components and electrical systems.
- Diagnose automotive drivability complaints and perform needed repairs.
- Write technical reports explaining customers' complaints, specific component malfunctions, and related problems to include repair procedures, specifications, and parts and costs associated with each repair.
- Students will use standard automotive terminology and clear language to communicate in writing with customers, co-workers and supervisors.
- Students will complete an accurate repair order using standard automotive terminology.
For more information on the CCCC Automotive Systems Technology program, contact CCCC Transportation Technology Chair Craig Ciliberto at 919-718-7304 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Central Carolina Community College, visit www.cccc.edu.
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