Study how automatic transmissions and transaxles work and how to repair them. Gain hands-on skills in auto shop safety, hydraulics, electronics, power flow, transmission and transaxle removal and replacement and more.
Gain knowledge and hands-on skills in automotive collision repair shop management and safety, structural and non-structural auto repair, metal finishing, movable automotive glass and hardware, metal welding and cutting, surface preparation and refinishing, panel repair and replacement. Learn estimating, customer relations, sales, and structural damage and diagnosis.
This certificate program teaches you all of the core skills needed to become an automotive service technician from the associate of applied science in automotive technology degree program, minus the general education requirements. Learn essential automotive systems and how to repair them, including transmissions, brakes, steering and electrical.
Prepare for work as an automotive technician with the AYES certificate. The courses and internship will provide students with the the necessary skills to succeed in entry-level tech positions in the automotive industry.
This comprehensive certificate program provides students with skills in computer terminology, experimental design, manufacturing, process operations and energy technologies. Best practices, collaborative techniques and ethical considerations within the industry will also be explored.
Get practice in the fundamentals of computer aided drafting by studying blueprint reading and AutoCAD software techniques. Learn how to read blueprints and use AutoCAD software to draft two-dimensional documents.
This certificate is geared toward high school students in concurrent enrollment at Aims who want to learn the basics of web design. Learn design principles in page layout, navigation, typography for the web, style sheets and editing for web browsers.