AMP-3342

Prerequisite: None

Hours: 12

AST-3379

Prerequisite: None

Looking for an entry-level career in the automotive industry or need to gain additional knowledge in the field? Utilizing industry-driven standards, instruction is designed to provide a consistent, credible message about the methods and rewards of effective automotive maintenance. You will obtain the skills necessary to maintain vehicles through high-quality services for fuel systems, engines, transmissions, brakes, power steering, cooling, battery, drive line and climate systems. You will have the opportunity to validate your knowledge by completing 14 industry-recognized certifications during class.

Hours: 40

AST-3380

Prerequisite: None

Would you like to have a career in the high-demand professional detailing trade? Learn scratch and swirl removal and all aspects of exterior and interior cleaning and stain removal. Upon completion, you will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to safely bring automobiles back to new-look standards. Book included.

Hours: 42

AST-3382

Prerequisite: None

Required Skills/Experience: 1-2 years experience working in the automotive industry as a general service technician. Are you currently working in the automotive industry as a general service technician and considering upgrading your skills? Consider Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification in suspension and steering systems. Topics include: steering systems diagnosis and repair, suspension systems diagnosis and repair, wheel alignment, tire diagnosis and more.

Hours: 40

AST-3384

Prerequisite: None

Vehicle maintenance can be the source of many questions and concerns. Enroll in this interactive course designed to educate everyday car owners about common vehicle maintenance, service and repair. Ask a certified technician questions about personal vehicles, while being guided through a basic inspection.

Hours: 24

CRT-3334

Prerequisite: None

This hands-on class teaches the basics of metal working, dent repair and prep; oxyacetylene and MIG welding; shrinking and stretching; application, sanding, and blocking of automotive body fillers. Small projects, with instructor approval, allowed last 4 weeks of class. Proper PPE required.

Hours: 40

CRT-3335

Prerequisite: CRT-3334.

Follow-up class to Collision Repair 1 which allows time to work on your own projects with an experienced instructor to provide assistance and guidance. No overnight storage is available for vehicles. You supply own materials.

Hours: 40

CRT-3336

Prerequisite: None

Equip yourself with the fundamentals of basic refinishing, repair surfaces using modern spray equipment, chemical safety, undercoats, and topcoats. Safety glasses and proper PPE require.

Hours: 40

CRT-3337

Prerequisite: CRT-3336 or instructor approval.

Receive advanced instruction in your paint project, including surface prep, paint mixing, additives, and application. Project must be pre-approved by the instructor. You provide own materials.

Hours: 40

CRT-3342

Prerequisite: None

Continue to refine your MIG welding skills in this advanced welding class designed to introduce more advanced skills and techniques. Work with more complex shapes and methods of holding pieces during the fit up and welding process. Personal projects with instructor approval.

Hours: 24

DRIV-3333

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Must be age 18 or older with a valid driver’s license. Discover State Department of Education requirements for school bus drivers including legal controls, emergency procedures, student behavior management, defensive driving, loading and unloading, railroad crossing, pre-trip inspections, emergency evacuation and skill maneuvers. 100% attendance required for certification.

Hours: 24

DRIV-3334

Prerequisite: None

Complete your four-hour annual in-service, with this one-evening class which qualifies for Railroad and Emergency Bus Evacuations: Procedures for Bus Drivers. Other in-services are available.

Hours: 4

DRIV-3337

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Minimum 18 year of age, 20/40 eye acuity with or without correction, and valid drivers license. Prepare to take your written Commercial Driver's License Class B Test by reviewing the general knowledge, driving safety, transporting passengers safely, pre-trip vehicle inspection and air brakes section of the OK Department of Public Safety Manual.

Hours: 12

DRIV-3338

Prerequisite: None

Required skill/experience: Must be 18 years of age, have at least 20/40 eye acuity in each eye with or without correction, and valid driver's license. Need a review of the Commercial Driver's License Manual sections? We will help you prepare to take the Class B Skills Tests. Tests are administered by the OK Department of Public Safety. Sections include Pre-trip Vehicle Inspections, Air Brakes, and Basic Vehicle Skills Test review.

Hours: 12