General Mechanics and Automotive Career and Transition Program students have the opportunity to gain a solid understanding of the various mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic systems found in motor vehicles today. Students learn to assess and repair motor vehicles through their practical application of skills and knowledge, as well as through theory assignments. Other material that is covered includes topics such as business management procedures, safety and environmental concerns, and welding.
The General Mechanics and Automotive Career and Transition Program is comprised of 5 courses, usually taken in grades 11 and 12. Specific course information may be found in our course handbook. . For more information, please contact our Career Program Co-Coordinator, Mr. Stew Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org.