Certificate - Automotive Transmissions
Do you want to learn the skills needed for basic automotive transmission repair? If so, Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program may be right for you. Read on to learn more about the Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Kind of Program Is It?
Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program is comprised of two courses. These courses are manual transmissions and automatic transmissions. Some of the topics covered in these two classes include clutches and manual transmissions, planetary gears and hydraulic systems, and common and electronic automatic transmissions. Each course ends with a practical exercise.
What are the Prerequisites?
If you choose to apply to Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program, you should be interested in automotive repair and be comfortable with technical subjects. Applicants to this Penn Foster Career School program should be at least 18 years old.
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
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What are the Course Requirements?
Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate is comprised of two courses.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|AT 015||Manual Transmissions|
|AT 020||Automatic Transmissions|
What are my Post-Graduation Opportunities?
When you have finished Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program, you have an opportunity to work as an automotive transmissions expert. Prospective employers may include auto repair shops and car and truck dealerships. As a job candidate, you should be able to demonstrate strong technical knowledge and possess problem-solving skills.
Once you have completed Penn Foster's Automotive Transmissions Certificate Program, you have an opportunity to enroll in an associate's degree program in a related field. Some of the courses that may be taught in an associate's degree program in auto repair might include brake systems, electrical systems theory, engine performance, and steering and suspension.
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