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Automotive Toyota T-Ten

The Toyota Technician Training and Education Network (T-TEN) program provides specialized training for career opportunities in many areas of the automotive field, with a special focus on Toyota dealerships.

In this program, you’ll learn to service and repair Toyota, Scion and Lexus models. Through partnerships with Toyota and Lexus dealers in Washington and Idaho, you’ll practice your skills in work settings and gain valuable hands-on experience. The program prepares you for ASE-certification exams and Toyota certification.

With this training, you could work in dealerships, independent garages, fleet shops, service stations or specialty shops.

  1. Understand basic shop operation and safety principles.
  2. Diagnose mechanical malfunctions and performance problems and make necessary repairs.
  3. Operate precision automotive diagnostic and repair equipment.
  4. Interpret repair manuals and computer-based programs dealing with specifications and repair procedures.
  5. Understand the importance of good public relations with customers, employers, and fellow employees.
  6. Work with minimum supervision for or with a journeyman technician.
  7. Skillfully use tools and equipment.

The Automotive Technology program prepares students for employment in many areas of the automotive field including dealerships, independent garages, fleet shops, service stations and specialty shops which cover areas such as tune-ups and brakes. Students may enter the program in any of the first five quarters.

Students interested in receiving special training in Toyota T-TEN (Technician Training and Education Network) may substitute specialized courses specifically catering to Toyota T-TEN option. Entrance into the program requires an interview with and permission of the instructor. Continuation within the course program requires permission of the instructor. Students must complete each AUTO course with a 2.0 grade or better before advancing to subsequent quarters.

Breaking Ground on Your Pathway


Placement

Math placement is not required for this program.
English placement is not required for this program.

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Total Program Credits: 106 - 124


Program Courses

First Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
APLED112
Applied Mathematics   1
4
AUTO 102
Toyota Electrical I  
5
AUTO 104
Toyota Electrical II  
6
AUTO 110
Introduction to Toyota  
5
Total Credits
 
20

Second Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
AUTO 237
Toyota T-Port Lab I  
12
Total Credits
 
12

Third Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
APLED121
Applied Written Communication   1
4
AUTO 123
Toyota Engine Performance I  
6
AUTO 126
Toyota Engine Repair  
5
AUTO 260
Toyota Engine Performance II  
6
Total Credits
 
21

Fourth Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
APLED125
Employment Preparation   1
3
AUTO 136
Toyota Steering and Suspension  
6
AUTO 137
Toyota Brakes Service & Repair  
5
Total Credits
 
14

Fifth Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
AUTO 238
Toyota T-Port Lab II  
12
Total Credits
 
12

Sixth Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
AUTO 261
Toyota Drivetrains  
5
AUTO 263
Toyota Automatic Transmissions  
5
AUTO 286
Toyota Heating and A/C  
5
Total Credits
 
15

Seventh Quarter

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
AUTO 239
Toyota T-Port Lab III  
12
 
Optional Summer Course - High Performance Engines   2
0 - 18
Total Credits
 
12-30

Optional Summer Course - High Performance Engines  

Course ID
Course Title
Credits
AUTO 270
High Performance Engines   2
18
1 This related education requirement may be met with any course or combination of courses approved by the instructional dean.
2 AUTO 270 for automotive technology students desiring to receive additional training may be taken summer quarter either after the 3rd or 6th quarter. Instructor permission required. Completion of this course will entitle the student to a certificate of completion issued by the dean of instruction for technical education.

Estimated costs for completing this program

 
WA Resident
Non-Resident
International
Tuition
$ 10,633
$ 13,504
$ 24,637
Books
$ 702
$ 702
$ 702
Course Fees
$ 1,685
$ 1,685
$ 1,685
Institutional Fees
$ 3,747
$ 3,747
$ 3,747
Total Costs
$ 16,766
$ 19,637
$ 30,771

Costs for completing a degree or certificate can vary. For more information about costs, visit our How Much Does it Cost? page.

  • Paul Overfield
    Paul Overfield
    Automotive Technology
    ASE Certificate - Master Automobile Technician
    Paul.Overfield@scc.spokane.edu
    509-533-7077

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