Hooper, Floyd

floyd hooper
Name: FloydHooper
Subject: Automotive Technology
Grade: 9th - 12th
 
 
ABOUT ME....
 
My name is Floyd Hooper and I have worked in the automotiveindustryfor the past 36 years. My experience ranges from working with heavy equipment, 18 wheelers, and customizing bussesand classic cars. I worked for Kilpatrick Chevrolet as an Automotive Service Technician for four years and three years as Assistant Service Manager. I have taught Automotive Technologyat the Etowah County Career Technical Center for the passed22 years and look forward to many more. I enjoy teaching students in the area of Automotive Technology because of the constant challenges and changes to the automotive industry andmy love of helping students learn the trade to become self supportive in an ever changing work environment.
 
I received and Associates Degree in Technical Education from Gadsden State University and completed my Type II (Master's equivalent) Non-Traditional teaching certificate through Auburn University.
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Iam ASE certifiedin the following areas:
G 1-Mantinence and Light Repair
* Engine Performance
* Electrical/Electronic Performance
* Suspension & Steering
* Heating & Air Conditioning
* Brakes
 
 
 
MY PROGRAM...
 
Automotive Technology provides training using the latest technology and equipment. It includes training in the use of computer and other electronic diagnostic and testing equipment, technical manuals, and problem solving methods. Instruction and practice are provided in the diagnosis of malfunctions, disassembly of system components, parts inspection and repair, engine overhaul, electronic and fuel systems, suspension systems, brakes, drive trains, manual and automatic transmissions, heating/air conditioning, and all computer control systems. The Automotive Service Technology Program is ASE Certified. Content standards are based on the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards.
 
 
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