This course of study provides significant training and applicable skills development for future employment as Tesla electric vehicle service technicians. Topics include: brakes, air conditioning, suspension, steering, high voltage electrical systems, and body chassis electrical systems. Students will demonstrate skills using classroom, lab, and on the job work experience diagnosing, repairing and servicing all electric vehicles. Students must complete each course with a grade of “C” or better.

Tesla Program Students

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Perform procedures using the computer-based tools and applications, including diagnostic tools, wiring diagrams, service manuals, repair order documentation, and parts catalogs.
  • Analyze and interpret the theories of electricity and apply scientific problem-solving skills to diagnosing and rectifying faults on electrical circuits.
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills with and effectively function in team environment.

Required Courses

Course Title Units
AUTO 182A Tesla Service Technician Training (Session A) 3
AUTO 182B Tesla Service Technician Training (Session B) 4
AUTO 182C Tesla Service Technician Training (Session C) 4
AUTO 182D Tesla Service Technician Training (Session D) 4
AUTO 138 Occupational Work Experience 1
Total Units 16

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