Example Automotive Instructor Job Description

Our Automotive Instructor job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.

About the Automotive Instructor role

Automotive Instructors teach students the skills and knowledge necessary to become professional mechanics and technicians in the automotive industry. They create lesson plans, provide demonstrations and hands-on instruction, and evaluate student performance. Automotive Instructors must have a working knowledge of the industry, along with strong communication, teaching, and organizational skills.

Role Purpose

The purpose of an Automotive Instructor is to provide instruction and guidance to students on automotive repair, maintenance, and technology. This includes teaching theory and practical skills related to the automotive industry, as well as providing guidance and assistance with hands-on projects and exercises. The instructor will also evaluate students’ progress and provide feedback to ensure they are learning the necessary skills and techniques. Additionally, the instructor may be responsible for curriculum development and management, as well as helping to maintain a safe and secure learning environment.

Automotive Instructor Summary

Automotive Instructor Job Summary As an Automotive Instructor, you will be responsible for providing instruction in automotive mechanics and related topics to students in a classroom, laboratory, or workshop setting. You will plan and develop curriculums, teach students, and assess their progress. You must have a deep knowledge of the functioning and maintenance of various motor vehicles, and be able to communicate effectively with students from a variety of backgrounds. Responsibilities: • Develop and maintain course syllabi, lesson plans, and teaching materials to meet the needs of students • Teach a variety of topics related to automotive mechanics, including engine repair and maintenance, electrical systems, brakes and suspension, and transmission systems • Monitor student progress and provide feedback to help them reach their learning objectives • Prepare and grade tests, assignments, and other assessments • Advise students on their educational and career choices • Maintain records of student performance • Plan and coordinate field trips, as appropriate • Assist with the purchasing and maintenance of automotive equipment and supplies Requirements: • Bachelor’s degree in Automotive Technology or a related field • ASE certification, or equivalent • Experience in teaching and working with students • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Proficiency in teaching and assessing automotive courses • Ability to work with diverse student populations

Automotive Instructor Duties

  • Teach students how to diagnose and repair automotive systems
  • Provide instruction on how to effectively use special tools and equipment
  • Teach students about automotive safety and maintenance procedures
  • Instruct students on how to use diagnostic equipment and interpret results

Automotive Instructor Skills

  • Teaching
  • Communication
  • Patience
  • Organization
  • Safety

Automotive Instructor Requirements

  • A valid driver's license
  • A minimum of two years' experience in the automotive industry
  • Knowledge of auto repair and maintenance
  • Ability to teach and instruct students
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Personal Traits

  • Excellent communicator
  • Organized
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of automotive technology and repair
  • Ability to work with different levels of learners

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