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PPT Course Briefing

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    • Class Briefing Welcome to Automotive Service Technology
    • Activity-Introductions
      • 5 Minutes are allowed to interview another class member-
      • You will be given an opportunity to introduce them to the class
      • As a minimum you should report
        • Preferred Name
        • Grade level in school
        • Hobbies
        • Career ambitions
        • One other fact that they would like the class to know about them
    • Your Instructor
      • Verlin Tucker
      • Married -38 years
      • 15+ years experience in an Automobile Dealership (primarily with VW)
      • From apprentice to Service Manager
      • Taught at Cleveland High School since August 97
      • Also spent 12 years active duty with US Army (844 th Engineering unit and US Army Recruiting Command)) 15 years with US Army Reserve
    • Continued
      • On-staff as part time Minister of Education at North Cleveland Baptist Church
      • Hobbies
      • Cars
      • Antique Tractors
      • Touring Motorcycles (Honda Goldwing)
      • Guitar
    • Computer Use
      • School System computer use policy
      • - No user account will be created until you have one on file
      • If you can’t use the computers you can’t pass the safety exam
    • Course Syllabus
      • Employability Grade
      • SkillsUSA –the Youth Leadership Organization for Career and Technical Classes
      • Grade calculation
      • If you need assistance
      • Course sequence
    • SAFETY
      • Cars do not care what grade in school that you are in
      • They do not give you a break because you are inexperienced
      • If you do something foolish- you can be injured or killed
      • You must complete on-line safety modules and pass the exam.
      • You MUST pass the exam with a 100% accuracy in order to be allowed to work in the lab. (This is not the on-line exam)
      • You will have a maximum of 3 attempts: 1 st Friday, 2 nd Monday, and 3 rd Tuesday
      • Students who do not pass the exam will be removed from the course
    • Units and Reading Assignments
      • Example Unit 3- Introduction
      • Has 5 Tasks
        • Owner’s Manual
        • Vehicle Identification Numbers
        • Identify Shop Equipment
        • Locate Vehicle Lift Points
        • Complete a Repair Order
    • Units and Reading Assignments
      • Look at your Reading Assignments- Note that you have 3 reading assignments for that unit and they must be done by Tuesday August 19 th .
      • Each Unit has an assignment and a due date.
      • WARNING_ you may have a test on the material that day-without any further notice from the instructor
    • This is The Typical Model
      • Each succeeding Unit works the same way
      • Make sure you have read your material before the due date for each unit.
    • Class Schedule
      • Indicates what we will be doing on each of the days during this semester
      • Minor modifications may occur due to outside factors.
      • The overall structure won’t
      • You should look at the unit tasks, look at the time allotted, and make sure that you don’t fall behind in task completion
    • Class Schedule
      • If we look back at Unit 3 Introduction, you will find that you must complete all of the tasks for that unit during Oct 20th, 21st, 22 nd ,and 25 th
      • The 22 nd is a ½ lab- The other half of class is devoted to SkillsUSA
    • Course Acknowledgements
      • MUST BE SIGNED by you and your parents and returned by Friday
      • Safety
      • Eye Protection
      • Tools
      • Audio-Visual
      • Computer Usage
      • Driving
    • Course Acknowledgements
      • Lab area cleanup
      • Equipment and Machinery
      • Course material
      • Tutoring
      • Conferences
    • Class Rules
      • Behavior Expectations
      • Consistency of Dress Code and Lab work
      • Material to have available
      • Discipline
    • Food and Drink in Class
      • No food is allowed in class.
      • Water is allowed providing it is only water
      • No flavored water etc:
    • Supplies List
      • Notebook – 3 ring, 2 inch, black, clear-vue cover ONLY
      • Safety Glasses, side-shields
      • ID Badge Clip
      • (Optional) Gloves, Coveralls
    • Questions??
    • Safety Modules
      • Web-site www.sp2.org
      • To log-in to the site you will need
        • User Name “82263”- (same for everyone)
        • Password “spring”- (same for everyone)
        • PIN= YOUR student ID number
        • Make sure that you have this information tomorrow
    • Resource
      • Web-site www.chsautomotive.com
      • There is a page for Trans Core and a Page for Brakes
      • Much of the handout material can be accessed there.
      • This Power Point will also be posted later in the week