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Vehicle Applied Emissions

Anyone wanting to be a certified emissions inspector in Salt Lake County must complete a 24-hour training class conducted by the Salt Lake County Health Department.

 

Before taking the emissions inspector class, a candidate must first demonstrate their basic automotive knowledge by passing an exam administered by the Salt Lake County Health Department. Candidates can prepare for the exam by completing the SLCC Applied Emissions course, which is designed to provide students with the pre-requisite knowledge needed for the county course.

 

This course is delivered online with two in-person lab sessions for students to practice what they have learned and work with the instructor to fine tune new skills. (If computer access is needed, learners may use the Miller campus computer lab during operating hours. 

 

Emissions recertification is done through the Salt Lake County Health Department.

Courses - Fall 2020

Course
Title
Prerequisite
Course WTAE 0100
Title Applied Emissions
Prerequisite
Description

This is a pre-test preparation course for anyone wanting to be a certified emissions inspector in Salt Lake County or Utah County and is an excellent way to break into the automotive field. Before taking the Salt Lake or Utah County certified emissions inspector class, a candidate must first demonstrate their basic automotive knowledge. Successfully completing the SLCC Applied Emissions class prepares students for the prerequisite test and the county certification course.

This course consists of four weeks of online study and two live lab Monday evening sessions from 5-9pm. The first live session is presented via webinar. The second live sessions takes place face-to-face on campus where students practice what they have learned and work with the instructor to fine tune new skills.

To pass this course, students must complete all online coursework, attend live sessions and score of 80 percent or better on the quizzes and final exam.

If computer access is needed, students may use the Miller campus computer lab during operating hours. Call 801-957-5208 for current hours of operation.

Emissions courses are scheduled quarterly through November 2021.  

Emissions Course Schedule 2020-2021

  1. November 16* &  30, 2020
  2. February 8* &  22, 2021
  3. May 17* &  31, 2021
  4. August 16* &  30, 2021
  5. November 15* &  29, 2021

SLCC’s Applied Vehicle Emissions course are a hybrid with online components along with two live sessions. The two live sessions take place from 5-9pm.

As long as Covid conditions persist the first in-person session (marked with an *) will be held via webinar, while the second date (marked in bold) will be held face-to-face with masks and social distancing on the Miller campus in Sandy.

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