First Day Orientation

First Day Orientation

WELCOME TO Hemet High Schools AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM A Riverside CTE and Hemet Unified School District Sponsored Program Instructor: Vance Bloom Program Orientation Course Overview For Students, Parents, & Counselors

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY BASIC AUTO MECHANICS An Introduction to the Automotive Trades Basic Automotive Maintenance & Repair Essential for all those who: Plan on owning a vehicle Are interested in an automotive career Want to avoid being ripped off by a repair shop OBJECTIVES Students will develop critical thinking skills A way of thinking about any problem or subject in which the

student evaluates the information and uses such conclusions to guide future actions. Students will learn to collaborate within work groups - to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor Students will develop effective oral and written communication skills learning to convey ideas to others successfully Students will learn to access and analyze information systems Opportunities Students will learn basic automotive theory,

service, and repair techniques. Students will receive practical experience in the shop. Students will have the opportunity to advance their skills in CC/CVE/AYES Internship programs. Automotive Career Possibilities

Lot Porter Lube Technician Service Technician Service Advisor Service Manager Parts Technician Salesperson

Shop owner Dealership Owner And more INTRO COURSE OUTLINE

General Automotive Information Systems Overview Wheels & Tires / Suspension Starting-Charging Systems Cooling System Service & Repair Tune-up / Emission Controls Vehicle Maintenance Electronic Computer Control Systems ASE/NATEF/AYES Automotive Service Excellence National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation

Automotive Youth Educational Systems Our automotive program is NATEF/AYES Certified. NATEF Follows guidelines that the industry has determined are necessary for standardized automotive technical training. Students will use a NATEF based training curriculum. The NATEF curriculum is a professional level training and requires student commitment. See the automotive curriculum page on our web site for more specific information. AYES is the organization that gives us nice cars! NATEF CURRICULUM

SuspensionSteering Brakes Electrical Engine Performance Suspension-Steering Steering Suspension Systems

Wheel Alignment Wheels and Tires BRAKES General Brake Systems Diagnosis Hydraulic System Diagnosis and Repair Drum Brake Diagnosis and Repair Disc Brake Diagnosis and Repair Power Assist Units Diagnosis and Repair Miscellaneous (Wheel Bearings, Parking Brakes, Electrical, Etc.) Diagnosis and Repair Electronic Brake, Traction and Stability Control Systems Diagnosis and Repair

ELECTRICAL General Electrical System Diagnosis Battery Diagnosis and Service Starting System Diagnosis and Repair Charging System Diagnosis and Repair Lighting Systems Diagnosis and Repair Gauges, Warning Devices, and Driver Information

Systems Diagnosis and Repair Horn and Wiper/Washer Diagnosis and Repair Accessories Diagnosis and Repair TOOLS Hemet High has a fully equipped tool room

We supply Safety Glasses (1st pair only, upon completion of safety module) You Supply: Close toed shoes (Mandatory) Coveralls (Optional ) Your brain (Mandatory) Safety glasses (after the first pair)

BE PROMPT TO CLASS This means being in your seat by the tardy bell! Tardy Policies will be enforced! Students that are never tardy or absent, will be given a certificate and enough extra credit to raise their grade one full level (Mr. Blooms Class only) ATTENDANCE

If you are absent more than 10 times, you will be dropped by the instructor Students must remain in class until the bell signals the end of class. Students leaving even 1 second early, will receive a call home and 2 lunch detentions minimum! You must have an excused absence to be allowed to make up work missed Students who are truant or suspended will not be allowed to make up missed assignments

GRADING POLICY A Means excellent. Excellent students do not have truancies or excess tardies. Good work habits will help keep you employed! Students will demonstrate effective work habits and possess the ability to self-manage* Students with excess tardies (>5) or one or more truancies will receive a B+ maximum! Class work is required to be finished before related hands-on skills can be done Late work may be turned in for partial credit. After 2 weeks - NO CREDIT! * R.E.A.L. Goals

GRADING SCALE 101% and UP=A+* 77% to 79% =C+ 93% to 100%=A 70% to 76% =C 90% to 92% =A- 65% to 69% =C-

87% to 89% =B+ 60% to 64% =D 83% to 86% =B 55% to 60% =D- 80% to 82% =B- 54% & under = F

* There are many opportunities for extra credit assignments RULES AND EXPECTATIONS Student will report to class on time and be in assigned seat before the bell. Student will act in a safe manner at all times. Student will respect others at all times. Student must wear eye protection while in shop. Student will use computers in an appropriate manner (and not sit on desks). Student will use appropriate language at all times. Student will ask Instructor BEFORE working on any car! Student must have a valid drivers license to start or move vehicle! Student will leave food or drink outside of class room and shop. Student will not leave class early!

Student will not enter shop without instructors explicit permission. Student will not talk while instructor is talking. Student will NOT SIT IN OR ON SHOP CARS. Student will use tools and equipment appropriately! Student will not engage in horseplay in the classroom or shop. Theft or vandalism is cause for permanent removal from class, an F grade for the semester, and possible legal action. REQUIRED TEXT Modern Automotive Technology by James E. Duffy Available in class

(To remain in class) Copies are available for check-out in the Library for make-up work at home. Cost: Approx. $85.00 Homework It is our policy to give very little homework! Class work missed or not finished during class may be done at home. Complete the whole assignment to receive full credit! Late work may be turned in for

partial credit After 2 weeks - NO CREDIT! AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY There are three reasons for being here: 1. You would like a career in automotive 2. You would like to save money working on your own vehicle 3. You do not want to get ripped off when you have your vehicle repaired QUESTIONS?

Watch this power-point again! Ask another student who watched it! Still have QUESTIONS? Contact Mr. Bloom [email protected]

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