Maintenance and Light Repair I or II

This year long program contains two different sections that are specifically designed for female students who would enjoy a single gender class. The first class covers automotive industry standards and terminology, career opportunities and classifications, shop operations and safety, tool identification and usage, diagnostic equipment identification and usage, automotive systems, tires and wheels, hydraulic braking systems, cooling systems, lubrication systems and preventative maintenance.

The second half of the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Class for Female students teaches the basics of electrical systems, electronic systems, batteries, starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, electrical instruments and accessories, and ignition systems. This class teaches students to troubleshoot common problems and to diagnose typical repairs.

* 9th graders eligible with instructor approval

* This CDC class is offered with concurrent credit through Front Range Community College.  Corresponding FRCC courses are ASE101: Auto Shop Orientation, ASE110: Brakes I, and ASE140: Suspension and Steering I.

Course Subject
Course Number
CTE 9803
Grade Level
Course Duration
1 Semester
Course Credit
Course Fee