Last updated 1/27/2015
Certificate Code 5514
Gary Werkheiser, 309-854-1833, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wheel Alignment/Suspension certificate program provides students with practical knowledge of the component parts as well as the diagnostic and repair procedure required to become an alignment-suspension specialist. Students completing this certificate program may be employed as entry-level alignment-suspension technicians in alignment-suspension shops, automotive repair businesses, or automotive dealerships. This program may be completed in one semester.
Enrollment in the Wheel Alignment/Suspension certificate program is limited. Students are required to provide their own basic set of tools. Information on admission requirements and required tools may be secured from one of the contact persons or the Enrollment Services Office.
Course of Study Outline – Suggested Courses (Credit Hours)
AUTO 115 — Wheel Alignment & Suspension (4)
MECH 104 — Electrical Systems II (3)
MECH 108 — Hydraulic Transmissions (3)
MECH 109 — Power Trains (3)
MECH 211 — Engine Repair II (4)
Minimum total hours required for certificate (17)
Gainful employment is one important measure that students and parents should pay attention to as they examine colleges and programs. All non-degree programs must be designed to lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation in order to be deemed eligible for federal student aid. These programs are generally less than 2 years in length and result in a certificate.