KENT TRANSITION CENTER
AUTOMOTIVE COURSE SYLLABUS
Clayton Powell, Instructor
Dan Pipe, CTE Specialist
1st session: 8:00 am- 10:45 am
2nd session: 11:10 am – 2:00 pm
Internship through Kent Transition Assessment Center and an interest in the Automotive Industry.
The intent of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for students to enter the work force at entry level or higher. The students will be introduced to automobile systems, shop equipment, oil changes, tire servicing, fasteners, and automotive detailing. Safety, procedures, equipment, tool usage and customer contact skills are an integral part of the program.
The student is expected to come to class in their appointed uniform. Kent Transition Center will supply the text books, uniforms and equipment.
Classroom/Lab and Worksite Behavior:
The students will behave in a professional manner and conduct themselves up to industry standards. The Automotive program is part of the Kent Transition Center (KTC) and students are expected to comply with all KTC rules and regulations found within the handbook.
Vehicle Maintenance and Inspections
Shop Maintenance and Identification
Skill Achievement: 45%
Career and Employability skills: 45%
V1 (VPAA): 4%
C1 (Math): 6%
Behavior Grading Scale:
4- Exceeds criteria
3- Accomplishes task to criteria
2- Accomplishes task with help
1- Struggling with task/concept
Students will be graded on lab tasks, classroom assignments, quizzes/tests, math modules, Visual Performing and Applied Arts, and Career and Employability skills.