Automotive Online Training Courses & Degree Programs

Schools providing online certificates, diplomas or degrees for Automobile/Vehicle Repair


Total 32 online training courses and degree programs available.

Public Relations for the Automotive Industry - Online

School/Trainer: Event Management Training
London, United Kingdom
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Public Relations has revolutionised the way business communicates in the global marketplace .To Compete, Grow and be Successful in business worldwide Public Relations, Advertising and Marketing Skillsets are Key. The potential for organisations with a Comprehensive Public Relations, Advertising and Marketing strategy is immense. The Practical Online Diploma Course in Public Relations for the Automotive Sector features Real Life Briefs, Case Studies and Practical Assignments which focus specifically on the Public Relations Area.

Additional modules on Online Public Relations and Event Management are included in this Fast Paced Practical Course. The Transferable Skills gained on this Course can be used Worldwide. The Course is Industry Certified and is Recognised in 140 Countries Around the World. It is the Course to advance your Career in this Exciting and Essential Area.

Medium / Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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Our Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician three-part course series covers industry trends and current technology to provide an in-depth guide to highway diesel engines and their management. This series prepares entry-level and experienced technicians alike for a successful career as a Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician by outlining the role of the truck technician, industry tools and standards for safety, and steps for diagnosing and servicing a full range of diesel engines. Learn the necessary knowledge to gain employment in the automotive industry with up-to-date content including the principles and practices underlying current and proposed ASE and NATEF tasks and the most current diesel engine management electronics used in the industry. This series provides everything a student needs to know to diagnose, service, and maintain diesel engine systems.

After completing this course, you should be able to:
•Comprehend the role of the truck technician and guidelines for workplace safety
•Comprehend components of the engine and their function
•Identify components of the engine powertrain, feedback assembly, and housing
•Identify steps for servicing engine lubrication, breathing, and cooling systems
•Identify the steps for removing, cleaning, testing, and reassembling engines

Automotive Technician (ASE) - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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This Automotive Technician (ASE) series covers automotive theory and the service and repair of various systems of the automobile. This course prepares students for a successful career as an Automotive Technician by outlining the automotive industry, the role of the Automotive Technician, and steps for diagnosing and servicing all automobile systems. Learn necessary knowledge to gain employment in the automotive industry with up-to-date content including electronic automatic transmissions, preventive maintenance, and hybrid vehicles. Our automotive technology course is everything a student needs to know to diagnose, service, and maintain automotive systems.

Prerequisite(s): None

Automotive Service Management - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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Automotive Service Management Module 1
Service Operations
•The Automotive Service Industry
•Types of Repair Organizations
•Service Market Segments
•Physical Resources
•Equipment and Tools
•Physical Facilities
•Manpower Resources
•Various Job Positions
•The Repair System
•Service Function Within Organization
•Service Process Workflow
•Repair Documents

Automotive Service Management Module 2
Management Theories and Principles
•Classic Management
•Management Role
•Labor Role
•The Quality Movement
•Quality Management
•Evaluating the Cost of Quality
•Leadership
•Relationship Building
•Key Characteristics of Leaders
•The Complex Role of Management
•Delegating Tasks
•Ethics and Stewardship

Automotive Service Management Module 3
Management Strategies
•Vision, Mission, and Values
•Long-Range Planning
•Short-Term Planning
•Strategic Planning
•Identifying Strengths and Weaknesses
•Opportunities and Threats
•Developing Goals
•Operational Planning
•Tactical Planning
•Decision Making
•Benefits and Drawbacks
•Operating Levels in an Organization

Automotive Service Management Module 4
Financial Measurement
•Income and Expenses
•Evaluating Profit<... [Read More]

Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician Exam Prep - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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Our Medium/Heavy Diesel Technician Exam Prep course prepares students to sit for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) T1-T8 certification exams. This course outlines specific ASE tasks and content related to their diagnosis, maintenance, and repair. Students will practice with pretests and ASE style exam questions to fully prepare for the exam and become familiar with its format. Learn the knowledge you need to master these ASE certification exams today!

Prerequisite(s): Medium/Heavy Diesel Technician Training

Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician Exam Prep Module 1
Gasoline Engines
•General Engine
•Cylinder Head and Valve Train
•Engine Block
•Lubrication and Cooling Systems
•Ignition System
•Fuel and Exhaust Systems
•Battery, Starting, and Charging Systems
•Emissions Control Systems
•Computerized Engine Controls

Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician Exam Prep Module 2
Diesel Engines
•General Engine
•Cylinder Head and Valve Train
•Engine Block
•Lubrication and Cooling Systems
•Air Induction and Exhaust Systems
•Fuel System and Mechanical Components
•Electronic Components
•Starting and Charging System
•Engine Brakes

Medium/Heavy Diesel Automotive Technician Exam Prep Module 3
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Automotive Technician Exam Prep - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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Our Automotive Technician Exam Prep course prepares students to sit for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) A1-A8 and L1 certification exams. This course outlines specific ASE tasks and content related to their diagnosis, maintenance, and repair. Students will practice with pretests and ASE style exam questions to fully prepare for the exam and become familiar with its format. Learn the knowledge you need to master these ASE certification exams today!

Prerequisite(s): ASE Training

Automotive Technician Exam Prep Module 1
Engine Repair and Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
•General Engine Diagnostics
•Cylinder Head and Valve Train
•Engine Block Diagnosis and Repair
•Lubrication and Cooling Systems
•Fuel Inspection/Repair
•Electrical Inspection/Repair
•Ignition Inspection/Repair
•Exhaust Systems
•General Transmission/Transaxle
•In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle
•Off-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle

Automotive Technician Exam Prep Module 2
Manual Drive Train and Axles
•Clutch Diagnosis
•Clutch Repair
•Transmission Diagnosis
•Transmission Repair
•Transaxle Diagnosis
•Transaxle Repair
•Drive Shaft/Half-Shaft Diagnosis and Repair
•Universal Joint/Constant Velocity (CV) Joints
•Rear Wheel Drive Axle ... [Read More]

Motorsport Chassis Dynamics - Online

School/Trainer: Oxford Brookes University
Oxford, United Kingdom
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Motorsport Chassis Dynamics is offered in two parts. Students are able to either take both parts as a whole course or each part individually. While Parts One and Two are stand-alone units, if you intend to study the whole course, it is advisable to complete the courses in chronological order.

What is the course about?

Motorsport Chassis Dynamics is predominantly about the dynamics of a racing car ?the non-equilibrium accelerating conditions which accompany the car as it progresses around the lap of a motor racing circuit. The object of the exercise is to save time all around the lap, and the racing car does this by maximising its accelerations: forwards from the start and along the straights; rearwards ‘deceleration?(negative acceleration) under braking; and lateral accelerations when cornering. Any other conditions are simply wasting time. These non-equilibrium acceleration conditions are embraced by the field of dynamics ?the study of accelerations of objects and the forces required to produce them, or ?vice versa ?the study of forces acting on bodies resulting from accelerations they are experiencing.



To achieve the very best performance boils down to one key philosophy ?aiming to make sure that whatever the racing car is doing, and wherever it is on the circuit, its tyres are working to their maximum potential. The tyres are th... [Read More]

Automotive Systems Engineering - Online

School/Trainer: The University of Michigan - Dearborn
Dearborn, United States
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The automotive industry of the twenty-first century is poised to advance at a rapid pace with greater emphasis on lightweight structures, alternative energy sources, high efficiency powertrains, intelligent control systems, lower emissions, robust design and manufacturing as well as improved comfort and safety. To meet the challenges of the automotive industry, engineers will be required to improve their technical knowledge and skills in a variety of topics that are beyond the realm of traditional engineering curricula.

Automotive engineers will be expected to make connections among different areas of knowledge and integrate them in ways that benefit the automotive industry, society and the environment. Automotive engineers must be well grounded in their own areas of specialty; they must also have a good understanding of the related disciplines, be skilled in synthesis, analysis and design, work effectively in a team environment, and adopt a ’systems’ approach.

In response to these needs, the College of Engineering and Computer Science has designed a 30-credit-hour interdisciplinary graduate degree program leading to a master’s degree in Automotive Systems Engineering. Many courses in this program are specifically designed to address the new and emerging technology in the automotive industry. Students in this program will not only learn ... [Read More]

Auto Mechanic - Online

School/Trainer: Professional Career Development Institute
Norcross, United States

Auto Mechanic school covers the following:
Basic Automotive Maintenance
Automotive Maintenance Tools
Engine Lubrication
Charging System
Ignition System
Automotive Safety
Basic Maintenance Service
Battery System
Starting System
Engine Cooling System

Automotive Service Technician - Online

School/Trainer: Auburn University OPCE
Auburn, United States
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ProTrain’s Modern Automotive Service Technician online class teaches the construction, operation, service, and repair of automobiles and prepares students for the ASE certification exam. Combining the benefits of classroom training and the convenience of computer-based learning, our comprehensive and easy to understand course focuses on foundational principles and progresses gradually to complex diagnostic and service procedures.

This sophisticated course blends proven training methodologies and educational tools not found in books or static classes in order to ensure knowledge retention.

Students begin this 600 hour course upon registration and must complete the class within 24 months for successful completion.

TS 16949 - Online

School/Trainer: American Society for Quality
Milwaukee, United States
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This class applies to organizations in the automotive industry.

The course is designed for personnel who need to understand the scope of the new requirements in TS 16949, who are members of a team for transitioning to TS 16949 or who are developing a TS 16949 quality management system for the first time. Class deliverables include: A PowerPoint slide presentation that follows the class and a printable desk reference that includes all text. The PowerPoint slides can be used to present the overview portion of the class to others. You will have 90 days to access this course.

Investigative Techniques for Motor Vehicle Collisions - Online

School/Trainer: Mohawk College
Hamilton, Canada

Develop skills in identifying, examining, and interpreting physical evidence and collision events. Determine when a Collision Reconstructionist is required and learn to interpret collision reconstruction reports.

MECP Basic Installation Technician - Online

School/Trainer: Consumer Electronics Association
Arlington, United States

Evaluates knowledge of apprentice-level topics including basic automotive electronics, installation techniques, shop safety, mobile entertainment, navigation, wireless communication and vehicle security.

MECP Advanced Installation Technician - Online

School/Trainer: Consumer Electronics Association
Arlington, United States

Designed for technicians who have an understanding of vehicle electronics and how they are applied; topics including mobile audio and video systems, OEM integration, remote starters, satellite radio and troubleshooting installation issues.

Master Installation Technician - Online

School/Trainer: Consumer Electronics Association
Arlington, United States

Assesses participant’s knowledge of advanced electronic theory and application, which includes an extensive troubleshooting section for technicians with a high degree of skill.

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