Gas Engine Repair and Brake Technology

Gas Engine Repair and Brake Technology

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Program Duration

1 semester

Program Type

Certificate of Proficiency

Median Arkansas Salary

$30,500 (Career Information)

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Why Choose This Program

Students learn in Northark’s own real-life automotive shop.


 

About The Program

The Certificate of Proficiency in Gas Engine Repair and Brake Technology emphasizes troubleshooting techniques in a step by step procedure throughout the program of study. Students will demonstrate procedures in the troubleshooting and maintenance of gasoline engines and brake systems. Safe removal and reinstallation procedures for clutch, transmission and drivetrains are emphasized.


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Northark is affordable! We offer nearly $500,000 annually through institutional and foundation scholarships in addition to federal and state aid. See our scholarships and other financial aid programs.

Transfer or Stackable Options

Courses in this certificate can be applied towards the Automotive Service Technology Technical Certificate.

Faculty Contact

Kevin Parker
Automotive Service Technology Instructor
(870) 391-3384
kparker@northark.edu

“I have never worked on automobiles before. I thought it would be a cool area for a career. I like teamwork and learning new things as we break down the cars. I want to be a diesel mechanic in the future."

- Gabe Sandoval, automotive service student

Learning Outcomes

  • Perform troubleshooting techniques appropriate for gas engine and brake technology.
  • Demonstrate the use of hand tools, precision tools, computer scan tools, and other technology used in automotive maintenance and repair.
  • Explain procedures in the troubleshooting and maintenance of gasoline engines & brake technology.