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DID YOU KNOW? In TEXAS Dealership sales 21.6% total retail Payroll is 11.5% total Retail Number Of Dealerships 1,345 Number of employees 82,104 Average.

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1 DID YOU KNOW? In TEXAS Dealership sales 21.6% total retail Payroll is 11.5% total Retail Number Of Dealerships 1,345 Number of employees 82,104 Average per dealership 61 Average weekly salary $778 Average annual payroll $2,460,000

2 DID YOU KNOW? In California Dealership sales 19.2% total retail Payroll is 11.0% total Retail Number Of Dealerships 1,634 Number of employees 127,602 Average per dealership 78 Average weekly salary $919 Average annual payroll $3,720,000

3 Who’s working on your car? & What skills do they need? George Arrants Snap-on Tools Business & Education Partnership Manager Who’s working on your car? & What skills do they need? George Arrants Snap-on Tools Business & Education Partnership Manager

4 Automotive Industry  In the next five years New Car Dealers will need 50,000 Technicians (Nationally)  The Automotive Industry will need 250,000 Technicians (Nationally)  Automotive Technician’s within five years on average are earning in the top 25% income range

5 Automotive Industry There is a wide variety of careers in the Automotive Industry Current Automotive technology requires technicians with new higher skill levels Old stereotype of an “auto mechanic” discourages interest in automotive field Many of today’s secondary automotive programs don’t meet today’s business requirements

6 Automotive Technology  The Technology will triple in complexity in the next 36 months  In 1966 technicians could repair any & all model vehicles bumper to bumper with 6000 pages of reference material the same Technician today will use 5,000,000 Pages  The Vehicles of Today have up to 4 miles of wire & 20 computers and multiplexing systems  85% of all warranty issues are electrical related

7 Skills 1. Reading skills: service information reading at higher levels 2. Computer skills: within two years no written service manuals 3. Math skills: Both geometry & algebra 4. Physics: Ohm’s law, Pascal’s theory of Hydraulics, down force & coefficient of drag 5. Writing skills: write descriptive sentences 6. Communication skills: communicate with customers & job interview

8 Automotive Technology 1. Alternative Fuels, Battery & Hydrogen 2. Hybrid Vehicles Getting MPG at Half the Emissions 3. Internet Access From Your Vehicle 4. Interactive Navigation 5. Night Vision Calls When Air Bags Deploy 7. Unlock Your Vehicle by a Phone Call

9 Automotive Service in the Millennium Projected Market Share—Electronic Control Systems 100% 85%0%SIR (Air Bags) 10%0% Fuel Cell Technology 100%0% 42 Volt System 60%30%10%0%Navigation/ Crash Avoidance 50%20%8%0%Multiplexing 100% 40%15%Advanced Diagnostics (OBD II) 50%30%15%5%Active Suspension 75%50%15%5%Traction Control (ASR) 85%60%25%5%Electronic Power Steering 100% 35%20%Distributorless Ignition 100%95%80%20%Electronic Transmissions 100% 50%10%Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) System

10 KIDS VALUE? Where Do You Spend Your Money What Are You Willing to Put Effort Into What Do You Find Yourself Spontaneously Thinking About

11 CARS 1. On It’s side the Modern Automobile Is one of the most advanced Physics projects ever built 2. The Automobile has numerous sensors and electronic devices that monitor & control Today’s Modern Vehicle 3. Fiber optics & composites

12 Ohm’s Law

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15 Cars and the Laws of Physics I. A method of using an Automobile to help our students relate to the usefulness of our everyday experiences with the Laws of Physics II. Challenging hands on activities to keep attention high, and to demonstrate how these normally boring subjects are a part of everyday Life

16 Why use it The Automobile has a rolling classroom of Physic projects that can be used to make learning interesting and rewarding for the Students To a high school student the Automobile is a important part of everyday life The attention level is normally high, when lessons contain a perceived Value

17 Automotive Technician Academic Skill Levels Skill Levels Based on ACT WorkKeys 066 Accountant 677 Avionics Technician 667 Automotive Technician 67 7 Electrical Engineer PHYSICS (Applied Tech) Level MATH Level READING for Information Level Profession

18 How to use it Challenging your students with a hands on activities, such as why do Airbags protect you and when are they effective? Form Hypothesis, develop Protocol, record results and write a conclusion. Students can demonstrate different experiments and prove their findings

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20 Four year College is not the only answer and may not be the best answer * Survey conducted by the Utility Business Education Coalition Inc Out of every 100 high school graduates: 70 enroll in college 42 return for their sophomore year 34 advance to their senior year 28 graduate in five years only 14 employed in their chosen field

21 99.9% Efficiency 50 Newborn Babies Dropped at Birth by Doctors Everyday One Hour of Unsafe Drinking Water Per Month Two Unsafe Landings at O’Hare Airport Everyday 16,000Lost Pieces of Mail Per Hour 20,000 Incorrect Drug Prescriptions Each Month 500 Incorrect Surgical Operations Performed Each Week 22,000 Checks Deducted From the Wrong Account Daily Your Heart Fails to Beat 32,000 Times Each Year

22 Thank you George Arrants


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