Collision Repair


Collision Repair

 

Collision Repair is still among one of the fastest growing industries in demand of well-trained technicians. 

 

Collision Repair students are trained in the latest equipment and processes in metal straightening, body filler application/sanding, and the refinishing of automotive body and components. Students are educated in the Collision Repair trade integrating theory from the classroom and performance assessment in the shop. 

 

Students are exposed to all facets of the Collision Repair Industry and the possible career paths and opportunities available to them within the trade. Students also practice good work ethics with a concentration on the quality of their work. Assignments in the Collision Repair Shop are both challenging and sometimes unique, in this project-based, NATEF-certified setting.


Career Paths

 
  • Collision Repair Technician
  • Insurance Inspector/Appraiser
  • Automotive Refinishing Technician
  • Vehicle Restoration Technician
  • Structural Repair Technician
       
           
       

 


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  Program of Study

   Course Number Course Name Course Description Credits Instructor Semester     Course Number Course Name Course Description Credits Instructor Semester   
   1VL11B Introduction to Collision Repair Students will learn the safety associated with working on, and around automobiles, careers opportunities, and vehicle construction. 1.A,1.B, 1.C 3.A, 3.B 7 Morin 2     3VL21B Introduction to Mechanical/ Electrical Components and Systems-302 Students will be able to identify and inspect Mechanical and Electrical vehicle components such as engine, suspension and braking systems for damage. This course consists of theory instruction as well as project-based performance assessment in the shop. 2J, 4A, 4B, 4D 7 Collins 2   
   2VL21A Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair and Refinishing - 202 Students will review safety associated with working on, and around automobiles, careers, and vehicle construction. Students will learn and demonstrate comparing and contrasting fasteners, proper measuring procedures, and Hand and Power Tools. This course consists of theory instruction as well as project-based assessment. 1.A, 1.B, 1.C, 2.A, 2.B, 2.C, 2.D, 3.A, 3.B,4.A 7 Morin 2     4VL21A Advanced Mechanical/ Electrical Components and Systems - 401 Students will continue to identify and inspect systems such as air bag/restraint and A/C systems and moveable and stationary glass service. This course consists of theory instruction as well as project-based performance assessment in the shop. 2J, 2G, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D 7 Collins 1   
   3VL11B Advanced Non-Structural Repair and Refinishing-301 Students will learn and demonstrate welding and metal cutting, plastic repair, and finish and paint automotive bodies. This course consists of theory instruction as well as project-based assessment. 2.F, 2.I, 2.K, 3.A, 3.B, 4.A 7 Collins 1     4VL41A Structural Damage Analysis and Repair - 402 Students will be able to inspect and identify vehicle structural and related damage on uni-body and full frame vehicles. This course consists of theory instruction as well as project-based performance assessment in the shop. 2E, 4B, 4C, 4D 7 Collins 2   



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