Welcome to Collision Repair
This is National Automotive Technical Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program that provides students foundational skills in a real-world shop setting. Students are introduced to metalworking, painting, body repair, MIG welding and shop safety. The first year students work on building-up their hours of experience in each skill necessary to become a successful collision repair technician. Second year students advance their skills and are introduced to frame technology, estimating and customer service. Certification credit for one of the two years of work experience required for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) testing is available to students upon successful completion of the course. Eligible second year students have the opportunity to earn college credit for the course.
Collision Repair I
Collision Repair emphasizes developing the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in the field of auto body repair and refinishing. Specialized learning experiences concerned with all phases in repairing and refinishing of damaged auto bodies are covered and practiced. Academic credits: 2 elective credits, math related I - 1 credit, visual, performing, applied arts - 1 credit.
Collision Repair II
This course consists of organized and specialized advanced learning experiences built upon Collision Repair I skills. The course also covers technical skills working toward A.S.E. Certifications. Academic credits: 2 elective credits, math related II - 1 credit