Build on Your Knowledge to Move Up
Acquire new skills in order to work on a greater variety of vehicles and become eligible for higher paying positions. You learn how to diagnose and repair vehicle fault codes, address complex vehicle concerns, and use instruments to take readings and make repairs. Courses cover several topics, including scan tool use, on-car brake lathe use, alignments and advance drivers assistance systems.
|Course Number and Name||Prerequisites||Credits|
|AT 101 - Battery/Charging Diagnosis||1.5 credits|
|AT 102 - Torque||1.5 credits|
|AT 103 - Scan Tool Use||1.5 credits|
|AT 104 - Precision Measurement||1.5 credits|
|AT 105 - Digital Multimeter||1.5 credits|
|AT 106 - On-Car Brake Lathe Use||1.5 credits|
|AT 107 - Alignments||1.5 credits|
|AT 108 - AC Refrigerant Diagnosis||1.5 credits|
|AT 109 - Digital Oscilloscope||1.5 credits|
|AT 110 - Vehicle Information||1.5 credits|
|AT 112 - Noise, Vibration and Harness||1.5 credits|
|AT 113 - Advance Drivers Assistance Systems||1.5 credits|
General Education Requirements:
First-line Supervisor of Mechanics, Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles
Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of mechanics, installers, and repairers.
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- Manage service department employee work flow
- Communicate with team members about shop capacity
- Hold team meetings and review repair projects
- Work with and support other managers
How well does it pay?
New workers generally start around $45,547. Normal pay for First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers is $71,048 per year, while highly experienced workers can earn as much as $102,131.