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Automotive Technologies

The Automotive Repair Pathway introduces students to the basic auto shop safety and safe use of hand and power tools associated with the automotive repair industry. Students will focus on the major aspects of engine repair and performance, electrical and electronic systems, brakes, suspensions and steering, heating and air conditioning and automatic and manual transmissions and drive train. Students will experience project based and laboratory exercises that will enhance their understanding of the automotive power train. This pathway aligns to the auto program at the College of Western Idaho.

The Collision Repair Pathway prepares students on the basic of welding and correct processes employed in order to restore a damaged vehicle to its original condition.  Students will be guided in the proper use of hammers and dollies, plastic fillers and the basic refinishing operation. Surface refinishing, replacement of glass and trim accessories and advanced instruction in conventional and unibody construction is provided.  This pathway aligns to the auto program at the College of Western Idaho.

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