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Title: Welcome to Automotive Technology

Welcome to Automotive Technology
  • Mr. Wilson

  • Consider a Career as an Automotive Technician?
  • Professional technicians can earn 60,000 or more
    per year!
  • Technicians are in demand all across the nation!
  • Unlimited opportunities working with advanced
    computerized control systems with the latest
    diagnostic equipment!
  • You enjoyed seeing how things work, tinkering,
    doing things with your hands and solving
  • You like working with your hands.
  • Turn your interests into a profession and make a
    living doing what you love.
  • Advantages
  • You can earn college credit (PCSD) has an
    articulation agreement with Chattahoochee Tech
    and other technical schools.)
  • Learn about your car
  • Help family and friends
  • Save money on your repairs
  • Learn and use cutting edge technology

So, Where Can I Work?Here is just some local
City Auto Parts Napa Auto Parts Wildcat Auto Parts
Advanced Auto Technology Inc Atcheson's Garage Dallas Automotive Repair
D A Mobile Auto Repair J J Auto Repair Quickie Auto Lube
Express Oil Change Jiffy Lube G G Muffler Enterprises
Hardys Chevrolet, Ford, Dallas Dodge Midas Auto Systems Experts Priest Auto Svc
Peachstate Tire Inc Fred's Auto Svc Vettes B Known
  • 1.Education, Education, Education Continue your
    education and develop strong math, reading, study
    skills, and computer skills. A strong background
    in electronics is essential.
  • 2.Take advantage of on-the-job training, co-op,
    or apprenticeship opportunities Get all the
    training you can and start in a work environment
    that caters to service an excellence.
  • 3.Keep abreast of new technology Make a
    commitment to life-long learning. There is
    constant change in technology so take advantage
    of additional training whenever it is available.
  • 4.Learn a systems approach Vehicles today are
    complex so it is necessary to understand the
    interaction of electrical an mechanical
    components within the total system. Learn how to
    understand the whole system and you can apply
    this knowledge across the spectrum of vehicles

  • 5.Develop good communication skills Learn not
    only the professional and technical skills but
    also communication and people skills. Your
    credibility is linked to your perceived
  • 6.Keep a positive attitude Develop a positive
    outlook so that you perform proper repairs. Apply
    yourself you get exactly as much out of your
    job as you put into it.
  • 7.Take pride in your work Work on every car as
    if it were your own.
  • 8.Be honest and ethical Stay focused on what is
    most important, practice good work ethics, be
    dependable and honest, and fix it right the first
  • 9.Cultivate professionalism in yourself and
    others Act professionally, take pride in your
    appearance as well as in the shop area. Be a
    positive role model for others. Show up on time.
  • 10.Become ASE-certified Certification gives you
    an edge when you are seeking employment.

Vehicle Manufactures
Acura (Honda Corp). Alfa Romeo (Fiat Corp.) ARO ROMANIA Aston Martin UNITED KINGDOM Audi (Volkswagen Corp.) GERMANY Bentley UNITED KINGDOM Bertone ITALY BMW GERMANY Bugatti GERMANY Buick U.S. Cadillac U.S. Caterham UNITED KINGDOM Chevrolet U.S. Chrysler U.S. Citroën FRANCE Daewoo KOREA Daihatsu JAPAN DaimlerChrysler GERMANY Dodge U.S. Ferrari ITALY Fiat ITALY Ford U.S. General Motors U.S. GMC U.S. Holden AUSTRALIA Honda JAPAN Hummer U.S. Hyundai --.JAPAN Infiniti (Nissan Corp) JAPAN Isuzu JAPAN Jaguar UNITED KINGDOM Jeep U.S. Jensen UNITED KINGDOM Kia KORE ALaforza ITALY Lancia ITALY Land Rover UNITED KINGDOM Lexus (Toyota Corp.) JAPAN Lincoln U.S. Lotus UNITED KINGDOM Marcos UNITED KINGDOM Maserati ITALY Mazda JAPAN Mercedes-Benz GERMANY Mercury U.S. Mini (BMW Corp.) GERMANY Mitsubishi JAPAN Morgan UNITEDKINGDOM Nissan JAPAN Oldsmobile U.S. Opel SWITZERLAND Peugeot ITALY Plymouth U.S. Pontiac U.S. Porsche GERMANY Proton JAPAN Renault FRANCE Rolls-Royce UNITED KINGDOM Saab JAPAN Saturn U.S. Seat --.UNITED KINGDOM Smart (Daimler-Benz Corp.) GERMANY Subaru JAPAN Suzuki JAPAN Toyota JAPAN TVR UNITED KINGDOM Vauxhall UNITED KINGDOM Volkswagen GERMANY Volvo GERMANY
Each Year these manufactures makeover 500
models combined
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Shop Rules
  • No student shall leave shop area except with
    permission from instructor
  • You will use the pass to use the restroom.
    Shouldnt be more that 3 minutes and once a day.
    Only one person out at a time.
  • Always know whats going on around you
  • Absolutely No Horseplay This includes shoving,
    slapping, pushing, taunting, kicking, disrupting
    classmates, disrupting instruction,
  • No violations of car policy
  • No parking in front of the automotive shop
  • Be on time.all tardiness must be excused by a
  • Absents must be excused according to school
  • Clean up spills immediately

  • Safety glasses will be worn at all times
  • No throwing, kicking, or intentionally
    disfiguring/destroying anything in or around the
  • No profanity
  • No tobacco products, no exceptions
  • Report any unsafe condition to the instructor
  • Use the proper tool for the job
  • Return your tools and help others to do so if
    time is getting short
  • Perform all duties you are told to do by
  • Act like a professional, this means to students,
    customers, teachers and myself.
  • Follow all posted signs, warnings, cautions and
    verbal instructions by the instructor
  • Keep the classroom clean, No eating or drinking

  • Books stay in the classroom, unless specifically
    told otherwise
  • Books are expensive, students intentionally
    disfiguring a book will pay for the damages
  • No stealing, this violates school policies
  • Be respectful to the instructor, any visitors,
    and each other, Yes Sir or Maam should be your
  • Point out the Visitors Safety Glasses to
  • Do not use of the Visitors Safety Glasses for
    your purposes
  • All school rules apply
  • Any violation will be subject to a Automotive
    tribunal and perhaps a suspension from the course
  • It is not fair for me or others to listen to I
    will not pick that up, I didnt do it. This
    phrase or anything similar will not be tolerated
    in automotive shop. We are all responsible for
    the environment.

Once Again Welcome
  • Items You Will Need
  • Pen or Pencil Everyday
  • Three Ring Binder 1 or 2 inch is fine
  • Positive Attitude
  • Respect for me and your fellow students
  • Closed-toed shoes
  • Good attendance
  • The drive to learn
  • All forms reviewed, signed, and returned by the
  • Glad to have you
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