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Power Mechanics

Dover Bay Automotive

POWER MECHANICS 9 / METAL WORK 9
Are you interested in everything to do with machines and metal? These one semester courses will introduce students to the world of single cylinder engines, welding and metal fabrication. These project based courses leads directly into: Auto Mechanics 10 / Metal Work and Fabrication 10.

MECHANICS 10 – Level 1
POWER-MECHANICS 9 IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED, BUT NOT REQUIRED
This course introduces the student to the automobile by studying various components such as the basics of automotive engines,
tires, and brakes and related theories of operation. Lab procedures involve the use of hand tools, servicing of the automobile. Labs must be completed. Auto-body repair and refinishing will be explored. Successfully completing this is course is REQUIRED in preparation for AST LEVEL 2 COURSE.

MECHANICS 11 – Level 2
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1 IS REQUIRED BEFORE COMPLETING THE LEVEL 2 PROGRAM
This ADVANCED course introduces the concepts of electrical/electronic functions found in the vehicles today. Heating and cooling systems will be explored. A basic introduction to Auto-body with the focus on dent repair, filling, priming, and color coats will be covered. Lab procedures are used to enhance learning and guide the students throughout the
program. Labs must be completed. Successfully completing this is course is REQUIRED in preparation for AST LEVEL 3 COURSE.

MECHANICS 12 – Level 3
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1&2 IS REQUIRED BEFORE COMPLETING THE LEVEL 3 PROGRAM
This ADVANCED course introduces the concepts of electrical/electronic functions found in the vehicles today. Drivability and Computer Controls systems will be explored. Auto-body with the focus on dent repair, filling, priming, and color coats was covered in level 2 and will be reviewed and built upon in further studies. Lab procedures are used to enhance learning and guide the students throughout the program. Labs must be completed.