Modified Syllabi to Integrate Hybrid Electrical Vehicles (HEVs) into Existing Auto Courses

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Syllabi developed to modify National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified courses with HEV technologies.  This resource was developed through seed funding from the CAAT.


This resource contains syllabi developed by Lewis and Clark Community College to modify National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified courses with HEV technologies. This project was funded by a seed grant from the CAAT. The modified courses are:

  • AUTO 140 - Orientaion to Automotive Technology
  • AUTO 141 - Introduction to Automotive Engine Performance and Repair
  • AUTO 143 - Introduction to Alignment, Suspension, Steering and Brakes
  • AUTO 145 - Introduction to Automotive Electrical, Heating and Air Conditioning
  • AUTO 147 - Introduction to Automatic and Manual Transmissions and Drivlines
  • AUTO 241 - Automotive Engine Repair
  • AUTO 242 - Automotive Engine Performance
  • AUTO 243 - Brake Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  • AUTO 244 - Alignment, Suspension, and Steering
  • AUTO 245 - Automotive Heating, Cooling and Air Conditioning
  • AUTO 246 - Electrical Systems: Diagnosis and Repair
  • AUTO 248 - Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles
  • AUTO 279 - Advanced Engine Performance

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under
Grant No. 1003032. 

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Electric Machines and Power Electronics
Energy Storage and Battery Technology
HEV/EV System Technologies (HEV, EV, and Plug-in HEV)
Product Lifecycle:
Post-production: Service, Reuse, and Recycling
Resource Type:
Lewis and Clark
Author & Title:
Christopher E. Reynolds Sr. - Automotive Technology Instructor
Date Developed:
Monday, December 17, 2012
Course Materials,HEV,Syllabi
Education Level:
Undergrad Students (13-14)