AUTO BODY REPAIR I Course No. 8676
AUTO BODY REPAIR II Course No. 8677
2 years, 6 credits
This course provides training in all phases of automotive body repair. This first-year course stresses techniques and methods used in repairing the many types of minor damage to automobiles and trucks including the skills involved in the safe use of hand tools, power tools, welding equipment and refinishing equipment.
The second year of this course provides additional experiences in the repair of major types of damage. Second- year students evaluate damage to vehicles, calculate material and labor costs, and complete more complicated repairs to assigned vehicles. Students are more involved with custom paint work and with the finished product.
- Painting & Refinishing
- Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
- Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
- Mechanical & Electrical Components
- Workplace Readiness
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