Automotive Technology 11 (AT11)

Automotive Technology 11 - WOMEN ONLY !!! (AT11W)

Course Materials:

                Term 1 Log Sheets

                Term 1 Worksheets

                Term 2 Log Sheets

Automotive Technology 11 (AT11)

Course Outline:

4 credit Applied Skills
Prerequisite: Gr. 11 or 12 student

Introductory course designed to enable students to achieve a good understanding of fundamental concepts of the automobile. Students will be required to achieve a basic competency in the fundamental skills of automobile repair and maintenance. The skills and knowledge acquired in this course will be useful to future courses as well as everyday situations. It is intended that this course will give an insight into the basic construction and repair of the automobile that will prove invaluable in later life. Where possible students will work on their own vehicles. Theory work accounts for about 50% of the year’s work.

Topics to be covered include:
a) Safety in the shop
b) Shop tools and equipment
c) The engine - 2 & 4 stroke cycle
    • engine design (why engines are made the way they are)
    • engine performance and capacities
d) The automobile:
    • how to change oil and filters
    • checking and adding fluids to the battery, transmission, differential, cooling system, etc.
    • inspecting brake linings for wear
    • how to do a tuneup
    • how to change and balance a tire
    • lubricate the chassis
    • other areas of auto service that students wish to know

Automotive Technology 11 - WOMEN ONLY !!! (AT11W)

Course Outline:

4 credit Applied Skills
Prerequisite: Gr. 11 or 12 Female student

Ladies, take control of your car service!!! Don’t get ripped-off by a slick salesman or mechanic. Learn what it takes to service and repair cars, find trustworthy specialty shops and more. You will learn the basics in car maintenance including oil changes, tune-ups, brakes, tires, exhaust and computer diagnostic testing. Yes you need to get a little dirty at times, but that’s part of the process. Also part of car care maintenance includes washing and detailing cars and maybe applying some stickers from the Vinyl Graphics room. Theory work accounts for about 50% of the semester’s work and the rest is all shop. Students are encouraged to work on their own or parent’s vehicles when possible. We start with the basics in shop safety and tools and move up from there, so if you know absolutely nothing then you’re at the right place. The skills and knowledge acquired in this course will be useful to future courses as well as everyday situations. You might even choose to become an Automotive Technician like many previous Mouat students, but at the least you will know the inside workings of your car and become your car’s best friend.


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