Diesel & Heavy Equipment

The Automotive program of study teaches CTE learners how to repair and refinish automobiles and service various types of vehicles. CTE learners may learn to collect payment for services or supplies and perform typical vehicle maintenance procedures such as lubrication, oil changes, installation of antifreeze, or replacement of accessories like wiper blades or tires.

Course Information

Courses below are not tied to grade levels.  Not all courses have a required prerequisite. 

Certifications Offered

  • ASE - Brakes
  • ASE - Diesel
  • ASE - Electrical
  • SP2 Safety

The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster focuses on careers in planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water. It also includes related professional support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.

Meets the requirements of the Business and Industry endorsement.

 

Level 1

Principles of Transportation SystemsALL YEARCredit: 1
Grade: 9 - 12

Level 2

Shop Safety and ProceduresDel Mar (DEMR 1391)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 10-12

Diesel Engine 1Del Mar (DEMR 1306)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 10-12

Basic Electrical SystemsDel Mar (DEMR 1405)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 4
Grade: 11-12

Level 3

Basic HydraulicsDel Mar (DEMR 1416)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 4
Grade: 11-12

Preventative MaintenanceDel Mar (DEMR 1229)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 2
Grade: 11-12

Fuel SystemsDel Mar (DEMR 1313)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 11-12

Level 4

Electronic ControlsDel Mar (DEMR 2332)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 11-12

Power Train 1Del Mar (DEMR 1321)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 11-12

HVAC Troubleshooting RepairDel Mar (DEMR 1323)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 11-12