Auto Collision Repair


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This course offers a diverse look into the automotive collision industry and prepares students for post-secondary education or entry-level positions within the field. Working in a modern collision shop environment, students use the most up-to-date tools and equipment where students will be expected to learn skills in welding, paint preparation, dent repair, detailing, etc.

Program Certifications

(2) ASE Student Certifications in Painting & Refinishing and Non-Structural Repair

(2) I-CAR Pro-Level 1 in Refinishing & Non-Structural Repair

S/P2 Safety Training

  • Collision Safety
  • Collision Pollution Prevention
  • Supervisor’s Course
  • Land That Job: Interview Skills for Automotive Students
  • Ethics and YOU in the Automotive Industry

I-CAR Intro to Collision Repair (14 online courses with certificates for each)

Requirements

The following objectives are covered in our Auto Collision Repair course.

  • Professional Attributes
  • Safety and Environmental Practices
  • Math & Reading Skills
  • Non-structural Analysis and Damage Repair Fundamentals ┬áincluding: panel repairs, metal finishing and body filling, and plastics & adhesives.
  • Painting and Refinishing including surface prep, spray gun equipment operation, paint mixing & matching, paint application, paint defects (causes and cures), and final detail

Instructors

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Danica Wooster

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Details

Schedule

This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri.

Location

This course is held at Mid-Coast School of Technology .