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Embedded Courses for Toyota T-TEN Technician

Technicians at Weber State University 

T-Ten students who achieve a score of 80 percent or higher on their final exam in each class will receive University of Toyota course credit upon graduation for that subject area. 

A T-TEN graduate will have credit for 15 out of 23 possible University of Toyota courses.  This course credit makes a T-TEN graduate even more valuable to their employer by saving their employer approximately $21,000.00 in training costs.

The required University of Toyota technician courses for T-Ten students are listed below:
Course Course
Number Name          
01F Toyota Foundations
021 Technical Introduction to Toyota
E074 Hybrid General Service (e-learning course)
262 Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles
P302 Manual Transmissions Pre-Work (e-learning course)
302 Manual Transmissions
P453 Suspension and Alignment Pre-Work (e-learning course)
453 Suspension and Alignment
552 Brake Systems
P623 Basic Electrical Pre-Work (e-learning course)
623 Basic Electrical
652 Advanced Electrical
P752 Air Conditioning and Climate Control (e-learning course)
752 Air Conditioning and Climate Control
852 Engine Control Systems
Lexus Certification equivalencies are:    
L453 Steering Suspension and Handling
L623 Electrical Circuit Diagnosis
L652 Body Electrical Systems Diagnosis
L752 Air Conditioning and Climate Control
L852 Engine Control Systems: Level 1
Collision Repair Program
Course Course
Number Name          
T200 Color Matching for Painters
T250 Advanced Painting Techniques
T301 Non-Structural Body Repair Techniques
T460 Structural Body Repair Techniques
In addition, Weber State teaches the Enhanced Delivery curriculum developed
by the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) Education
Foundation and must be a member of the I-CAR Industry Training Alliance.
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