Students trained in the Systems Diagnostics, Service and Repair Pathway will develop an overview of basic design functions and operations. Students successfully completing the program requirements will be able to properly use automotive hand tools, power tools, measuring devices and diagnostic instruments in a manner consistent with the requirements of vehicle repair. Students will be able to perform major tune up procedures to include inspecting, diagnosing correctly, and performing many operations necessary to tune an automobile engine using appropriate equipment and specification manuals. Equipment will include computer-based diagnostic engine analyzers and computer scanners. Our program uses local auto repair businesses as an extension of the classroom. Upon completion of the career pathway requirements, students will find that their skills are highly marketable and will have the training to be employable as an entry level position in the automotive industry. Further post-secondary education is highly recommended.