Toyota T TEN Courses

ATEN 101 - Introduction to Toyota Automotive Service

2-4.5-3
Credit Hours: 3

This course is an introduction to Toyota’s perspective of automotive technology. It is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge for success in the Toyota T-TEN program and the automotive industry. Topics include an overview of the current automotive field, as well as practice in Toyota automotive systems and shop procedures.

Additional course fee: $155

ATEN 111 - Toyota Steering and Suspension

2-8-4
Credit Hours: 4

This course includes the study of the fundamental theory, maintenance and repair of Toyota steering and suspension systems. Emphasis is placed upon subject matter recommended by industry through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). This course is designed to help prepare students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam in group 4: Steering and Suspension. It incorporates substantial hands-on training with both demonstrator units and Toyota vehicles in the Career and Advanced Technology Center.

Additional course fee: $175
Prerequisite:

ATEN 101

ATEN 121 - Toyota Electrical System I

2-8-4
Credit Hours: 4

This course is a study of the fundamental theory and applications of electrical and electronic principles in the automotive industry, pertaining to Toyota vehicles. Emphasis is placed on subject matter recommended by the industry through the National Automotive Technicians Educational Foundation (NATEF). This course, in conjunction with ATEN 221, is designed to help prepare students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exam in group 6: Electrical and Electronic Systems and incorporates substantial hands-on training with both demonstrator units and Toyota vehicles utilizing state-of-the-art electronic text equipment in the Career and Advanced Technology Center.

Additional course fee: $175
Prerequisite:

ATEN 101, which may be taken concurrently

ATEN 131 - Toyota Manual Transmission and Drivetrains

Credit Hours: 1

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ATEN 150 - Toyota Automotive Brake Systems

2-8-4
Credit Hours: 4

This course includes the study of the fundamental design, theory, maintenance and repair of the Toyota hydraulic braking system. Emphasis is placed upon subject matter recommended by industry through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). This course is designed to help prepare students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam in group 5: Brakes. It incorporates substantial hands-on training with both demonstrator units and Toyota vehicles utilizing state-of-the-art equipment in the Career and Advanced Technology Center.

Additional course fee: $175
Prerequisite:

ATEN 111

ATEN 181 - Toyota Engine Repair

Credit Hours: 4

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ATEN 221 - Toyota Electrical System II

2-8-4
Credit Hours: 4

This course is the study of the advanced theory, diagnostics and repair of Toyota  automotive electrical and electronic systems, emphasizing computerized controls, hybrid and industry-specific vehicles that have these advanced technologies. Emphasis is placed upon subject matter recommended by industry through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). This course is designed to help prepare students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam in group 6: Electrical and Electronic Systems. 

Prerequisite:

ATEN 121, FNMT 118

ATEN 241 - Toyota Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Repair

Credit Hours: 1

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ATEN 261 - Toyota Engine Performance

Credit Hours: 4

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ATEN 271 - Toyota Heating and Air Conditioning

2-6-3
Credit Hours: 3

This course includes the study of the fundamental theory, maintenance and repair of Toyota automobile air conditioning and heating systems. Emphasis is placed upon subject matter recommended by industry through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). This course is designed to prepare students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam in group 7: Heating and Air Conditioning. This course incorporates substantial hands-on training with both demonstrator units and customer vehicles in the Career and Advanced Technology Center. Topical coverage includes both R134a and 1234yf systems.

Additional course fee: $155

ATEN 281 - Advanced Toyota Engine Performance

Credit Hours: 1

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ATEN 282 - Toyota Hybrid Technology

Credit Hours: 3

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ATEN 294 - Toyota Internship I

0-8-1
Credit Hours: 1

In Toyota Internship I, students are introduced to the service department and dealership environment. Students begin the course by observing department routines and procedures. After classroom and laboratory instruction, students move into a more active role, assisting and performing vehicle service activities and repair procedures under appropriate supervision. Internship I experiences include general maintenance service, fluid inspection and changes, battery service, charging system diagnosis and starter replacement.

Additional course fee: $135
Prerequisite:

ATEN 101, which may be taken concurrently

ATEN 295 - Toyota Internship II

0-8-1
Credit Hours: 1

During Toyota Internship II, students become more familiar with the service department and dealership environment. Students continue to observe department routines and procedures relevant to classroom and laboratory activities. After classroom and laboratory instruction, students move into a more active role, assisting and performing vehicle service activities and repair procedures under appropriate supervision. Internship II experiences include general maintenance service, tire rotation, steering inspection, strut and shock service, and vehicle alignments.

Additional course fee: $135
Prerequisite:

ATEN 121

ATEN 296 - Toyota Internship III

0-8-1
Credit Hours: 1

During Toyota Internship III, students become more familiar with the service department and dealership environment. Students continue to observe department routines and procedures relevant to classroom and laboratory activities. After classroom and laboratory instruction, students move into a more active role, assisting and performing vehicle service activities and repair procedures under appropriate supervision. Internship III experiences include general maintenance service, bake system repair, refinishing rotors and drums when appropriate, diagnosing brake noise, repairing HVAC systems, evacuating refrigerant, charging the air conditioning system, replacing thermostat and water pump, replacing the radiator, and servicing the HVAC system.

Additional course fee: $135

ATEN 297 - Toyota Internship IV

Credit Hours: 1

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ATEN 298 - Toyota Internship V

Credit Hours: 1

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ATEN 299 - Toyota Internship VI

x-x-1
Credit Hours: 1

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