HIGH SCHOOL PATHWAYS - ALASKAN MECHANIC
NIT is now offering Alaskan Mechanic High School Pathway.
This pathway focuses on small engines unique to Alaska, including automotive, ATV, snow machine & outboard. Students will work on equipment & learn valuable skills in diagnostics, repair & general maintenance.
There are 8 levels to this Pathway. These programs are introductory courses to basic automotive mechanics, including engines, brakes, fluids, and routine maintenance.
Theory based learning is reinforced by demonstration of techniques using real-world examples. This program includes both independent study and at least 20 hours of online instruction via real-time lectures.
Students will also have the opportunity to observe an active shop through scheduled hands on sessions.
Each Level is 8 weeks in length, and tuition cost is $450 per level (8 levels in total)
- How Cars Work
- NIT Blackboard Student Access
- Additional one time $250 books and materials fee (separate from tuition cost)
|Engine||Drive Train||Fuel System||Cooling System|
|Running Gear||Brakes||Electrical System||Maintenance & Safety|
Our courses meet the requirements for credit, and can qualify for credit transfer as shown below. Please note - transfer of credit is always at the discretion of the receiving school.
- 1/2 Elective Credit OR
- 1/2 Physical Science Credit OR
- 1/2 Elective Science Credit