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  • COLLISION REPAIR FUNDAMENTALS 

    This course introduces safety, basic collision repair terminology, system and component identification, knowledge and introductory skills in hand tools, shop equipment, basic servicing, and use of service information. Also, career and various job opportunities in the collision repair industry will be discussed.

    COLLISION REPAIR I 

    This course focuses on non-structural repairs to automobiles. Using curriculum materials from the industry recognized I-CAR organization, students will learn about trim and hardware, material identification, steel cosmetic, straightening and plastic repair, moveable glass replacement, and bolted-on parts replacement.

    COLLISION REPAIR II-NON-STRUCTURAL 

    This course continues the focus on non-structural repairs to automobiles. Using curriculum materials from the industry recognized I-CAR organization; students will learn additional information about trim and hardware, material identification, steel cosmetic straightening and plastic repair, moveable glass replacement, and bolted-on parts replacement.

    COLLISION REPAIR II-REFINISHING 

    This course focuses on refinishing automobiles. Using curriculum from the industry recognized I-CAR organization, students will learn about repairing and priming vehicles and vehicle parts; use and maintain a spray gun; mix, store, and dispose of hazardous materials; understand the corrosion protection process; sand, buff, and detail a refinished vehicle.

  • Career Opportunities

    I-CAR - the national leader in Collision Repair, helps explore career choices here.