Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician Strand

Pathway Information

  • Students in the Mobile Equipment Maintenance—Automotive Technician pathway build a foundation for careers in the field of transportation through the hands-on diagnostics, repair, maintenance and servicing of vehicles. The North High automotive program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES).

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    Sequence of Courses

    Pathway Course ID Course Title Level Credit
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7241 Introduction to Transportation Level 1: Introductory 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7229 Automotive Information (North Only) Level 1: Introductory 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7470 Introduction to Industrial Technology Level 1: Introductory 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7233, 7234 General Service 1 - Automotive Level 2: Technical 1
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7219 Alternative Power 1 Level 2: Technical 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7232 Engine Mechanical Repair (North Only) Level 2: Technical 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7237, 7238 General Service 2 - Automotive Level 3: Application 1
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7220 Alternative Power 2* Level 3: Application 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7242 Research & Emerging Trends - Automotive (North Only) Level 3: Application 0.5
    Mobile Equipment Maintenance-Automotive Technician 7239, 7240 General Service 3 - Automotive Level 3: Application 1

    * Course is recommended, however credit earned does not count toward the 2.0 credits required for Concentrator status.

     Courses offered may vary between schools.  To be considered a CTE Completer in the pathway, students must complete 3.0 credits within the course sequence, achieve 80% or greater competency on the course standards or industry proficiency exam, and graduate high school in four years.  At least 2.0 of the required 3.0 required credits must be a combination of technical and application level courses.

     

Career Opportunities

    • Automotive Technician

    • Automotive Master Mechanic

    • Heavy Equipment Mechanic

    • Automotive Electrician

    • Motor Vehicle Inspector

    • Insurance Appraiser

    • Automotive Engineer

    • Automotive Speciality Technician