MOBILEMECHANICTM is a step by step curriculum for teaching mobile repair and fleet service. The program is designed for grades 9th and up. It is a 16-week course taught and assembled in the school classroom.
Mobile Mechanic Overview
Course Goal: Students learn basic automotive skills, learn to manage a mobile tool truck, read and report fleet data via telecommunications and wireless in a real time service environment.
The format for this course is 16 lesson plans in a bound workbook format with test questions and additional activities for each section. Video on DVD is used to demonstrate the hands-on activities taking place in the shop. The timeline to complete the class is one school semester.
Objectives: Electric Auto Shop will help create a professional working atmosphere such as in a technical college training class or real business environment.
Materials included in the curriculum:
Course Outline: Upon
completion of this course, students will be able to set up a mobile service
vehicle and start and run their own business. They will have basic fleet
management techniques that will fast track employment opportunities with fleet
operators of 10-1000 vehicles.
Module 1: Introduction
Unit A: Automotive Safety & Best Practices
Unit B: Tools & Parts Management in Remote Environment
Unit C: Review of Customer Service Skills
Unit D: Entrepreneur Business Skills
Module 2: Scheduled Service Maintenance
Unit E: Mobile Tune-up Procedure
Unit F: Mobile Brake Service
Unit G: Mobile Wheel, Tire, Suspension Service
Unit H: Mobile Oil & Lubrication Service
3: Non-Scheduled Service Events
Unit I: Diagnosing Warning Lights
Unit J: Diagnosis & Repair of Car Won't Start Situations
Unit K: Diagnosis & Repair of Noises, Leaks, Smells
4: Emergency Response Events
Unit L: Working with Public Safety Crews
Unit M: Component Damage Identification, Safety & Damage Mitigation
Unit N: Reporting & ERG Protocols
Unit O: Using ERG Communication Systems
5: Fleet Reporting & Related Data Interfaces
Unit P: Basic Fleet Management Expectations
Unit Q: Intro to Fleet Management Data Systems
Unit R: GPS & OBD II Interfaces
Unit S: Remote Data Reporting & Management Protocol
Unit T: Performing Fleet Audits
Unit U: Preventative Maintenance Routines
Module 6: Alternate Fuel Vehicle Maintenance & Diagnosis Strageties
Unit V: Atypical Alt Fuel Repairs
Unit W: Alt Fuel Safety Considerations
Unit X: Alt Fuel Service Considerations
Single-School license of the MOBILEMECHANICTM curriculum with complete assembly kit parts starts at $14,500.00. Please call for course samples 888-881-8404 or email for info.
EAS COURSEWARE MOBILEMECHANIC COURSE
16 Week Course Curriculum, Instructional Lesson Plans, Assembly Instructions
Electric Auto Shop also provides on-site training for instructors preparing their Mobile Mechanic Course. During this intensive, five-day clinic, attendees gain hands-on experience by installing the EV components into the Chassis Lab Switch vehicle they will be using in their course. Read about Instructor Training for this course.