• Transportatio

    Planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.

    Courses available at Kodiak High School

     

    Small Engines

    Grade Level(s): 9-12; Semester or Year-long
    Prerequisite(s): None
    This course covers principles of small gasoline engine theory, shop safety habits, employability skills, tool identification and usage, and environmental concerns related to internal combustion engines. Course content includes: lab safety and procedures, engine operating systems, battery charging, basic electricity, symptom troubleshooting, tools and equipment, employability skills, engine theory and design, industry performance standards, marine applications, and Skills-USA involvement.

     

    Automotive Technology I

    Grade Level(s): 9-12; Semester or Year-long course
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Automotive Technology I begins with classroom and shop instruction on the tasks set forth in the National Automotive Technician Educational Foundation (NATEF) General Service Technician (GST) industry curriculum. Class content includes: safety rules and procedures, tool usage and safety, automotive measurement, basic electricity, wheels and tires, brake systems, steering systems, suspension systems, basic troubleshooting, and employability skills. Visit: www.natef.org for more information.

     

    Automotive Technology II

    Grade Level(s): 10-12; Semester or year-long
    Prerequisite(s): Automotive Tech I
    Automotive Technology II continues classroom and shop instruction set forth in the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) General Service Technician (GST) industry curriculum. Participation in the Skills-USA state and national competitions may be available for select students who qualify. Class content includes: safety, diagnostic equipment, manual drive train, advanced brake service, electrical systems, engine performance, and advanced diagnostic principles. Visit: www.natef.org for more information.

     

    Automotive Technology III

    Grade Level(s): 11-12; Semester or Year-long course
    Prerequisite(s): Automotive Technology 2; Teacher approval
    Automotive Technology III continues classroom and shop instruction set forth in the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) General Service Technician (GST) certification. Participation in the Skills-USA competition at state and national levels may be available to select students who qualify. Class content includes: safety, diagnostic equipment, advanced electrical systems diagnostics, advanced engine performance, and advanced drivetrain diagnostic principles. Students will have the opportunity to test for ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification in the disciplines that they choose. Visit: www.natef.org for more information.