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Automotive Technician Program

All students will graduate with a certification in Automotive Technology.

Automotive Program

Light Vehicle Diesel Engines

Engine Repair

Automatic Transmission & Transaxles

Manual Drive Train & Axles

Suspension Steering

Electrical Systems/Electronics

Heating and Air Conditioning

Engine Performance

Brakes

Engine Repair 48 Hours

Students will learn all aspects of diagnosis, repair, and replacement of automotive engines, cylinder heads and valve trains, blocks, and lubrication and cooling system repairs. This is the first part of a two part series focusing on diagnosis and repair of lubrication and cooling systems. Also, in this course will continue detailed training from ASE Engine Repair I to include: diagnosis, repair, and replacement of automotive engines, cylinder heads and valve trains, blocks, and lubrication and cooling system repairs. In this course you will learn general engine diagnosis and all aspects of engine repair, including engine repair, cylinder head, valve train, and engine block assembles. You will also learn the safe and proper techniques for the removal and reinstallation of engines. This course conforms to ASE/NATEF standards.

Automatic Transmission and Transaxles 48 Hours

This is the first course in a two-course series. Students in this course will learn the diagnosis and repair of automatic transmissions and transaxles inside and outside of a vehicle including proper maintenance techniques of automatic transmissions/transaxles. Students will also learn how to retrieve diagnostic code using a scan tool. Students in this course will learn diagnosis, removal, replacing and repair of automatic transmissions and transaxles inside and outside of a vehicle.

Manual Drive Train and Axles 48 Hours

Students in this course will learn to diagnosis and repair manual drive trains and axles including manual transmissions and transaxles, clutches, drive shafts, U-joints, CV joints, drive axles, four-wheel and all-wheel drive components. Throughout this course, you will diagnose and repair manual drive trains and axles including manual transmissions and transaxles, clutches, drive shafts, U-joints, CV joints, drive axles, four-wheel and all-wheel drive components. This course conforms to Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.

Steering and Suspension 48 Hours

ASE Steering and Suspension offers detailed training in aspects of diagnosis and repair of automotive Suspension and Steering systems Throughout this course, you will be introduced to the diagnosing and replacement of suspension components.

Students will receive training in all aspects of diagnosis and repair of automotive suspension and steering systems. Instruction will be given in alignments, diagnosing and replacement of steering components, diagnosis of tire wear, and alignment related problems. This course conforms to ASE/NATEF standards.

Brake Systems 48 Hours

Students will learn general inspection and diagnosis of automotive brake systems. The function, diagnosis, and repair of the hydraulic brake system is emphasized in this class.

Brake Systems 48 Hours

Students will learn all aspects of diagnosis and repair of automotive brake systems. Instruction will be given in brake functions, anti-lock brake functions, diagnosing all aspects of brakes, and proper service of brakes and their related components. This course focuses on inspection, adjustment, and repair of drum and disc brakes.

Electrical/Electronic Systems 48 Hours

This course conforms to ASE/NATEF standards. In this course, students will receive detailed training in all aspects of Automotive Electricity and Electronics. Instruction is given in electrical theory, Ohms law, troubleshooting, diagnosis and functions of all automotive electrical/electronic systems. This is the first of a three-course series. This course focuses on electrical principles, basic circuits and electrical components, meter usage, and general electrical diagnosis. Instruction is given in electrical theory, Ohms law, troubleshooting, diagnosis, and functions of all Automotive Electrical/Electronic systems.Students will receive detailed training on all aspects of Automotive Electricity and Electronics. Instruction is given in electrical theory, Ohms law, troubleshooting, diagnosis, and functions of all Automotive Electrical/Electronic systems. This course focuses on the diagnosis and repair of batteries and starting and charging systems and includes diagnosis and repair of major automotive electrical systems such as lighting, instrument clusters, accessories, wipers, and inflatable restraint systems.

Heating and Air Conditioning 48 Hours

In this course, you will practice diagnosing, operating, and repairing automotive heating and air conditioning systems, as well as safe handling, recovering, and recycling refrigerants. This course conforms to Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards. Students will learn diagnosis, operation, and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems including operation and repair of air conditioning systems and their related controls. Students will also learn safe handling, recovery and recycling refrigerants. This course conforms to Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.

Engine Performance 48 Hours

This course conforms to ASE/NATEF standards. Students will be taught aspects of diagnosis and repair of automotive engine performance systems, including, but not limited to fuel injection systems, carburetor systems, ignition systems, computer controls, emissions systems, and exhaust systems. This is the first of a two-course series. This course focuses on diagnosing engine conditions, the operation, and the repairing of ignition systems. Oscilloscope operation and waveform analysis are also covered.

This course conforms to ASE/NATEF standards. This class will teach detailed training in all aspects of diagnosing and repair of automotive engine performance systems. Instruction is given in all aspects of engine performance including but not limited to fuel injection systems, ignition systems, computer controls, emissions systems, and exhaust systems. This is the second of a two-course series. This course focuses on all aspects of air induction and exhaust systems, fuel systems, emission system, and onboard computer powertrain controls.

Light Vehicle Diesel Engines 48 Hours

Students in this course will study the current fuels used in the automotive industry and the environmental concerns associated with fuels. Students will be introduced to fuel systems of light-duty diesel vehicles. Students will have an opportunity to apply new skills in basic fuel systems, types, engines, engine aspiration systems, emission controls, and general vehicle emissions inspection, as well as an introduction to light duty diesels used in automotive applications.

When is enrollment?

Currently, enroll students every month. We like to offer flexibility so that our students don’t have to wait until next semester to enroll. We work with students and their jobs and personal life as well. We treat our students as a family at ADI and have an open door policy. Life happens and things we don’t expect to come up, so unlike traditional school who would with-drawl you from class, we look at the situation and work together on helping students complete the program.

Enrollment Schedule

At ADI we have open enrollment every month. We do not have class during the summer. The next class available is for September. With high enrollment recently, seats are limited! Give us a call for a tour today 843-907-3098!

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