• Practice Shop Safety
  • Understand career opportunities in the transportation industry
  • Demonstrate collision repair techniques to repair “non-structural” damage
  • Demonstrate tool and equipment usage and operation
  • Replace, adjust, and align auto body components such as doors, hoods, and fenders
  • Diagnose and repair motor vehicle systems to acceptable industry and safety standards
  • Utilize “high-tech” industry equipment such as MIG welders, plastic welders, frame machines, computerized body measurement systems, computerized estimating systems.
  • Demonstrate professional customer service skills used in the industry
  • Utilize repair information and body measurement data during damage analysis and repair
  • I-CAR: ProLevel 1 Non-structural repair, ProLevel 1 Refinishing
  • S/P-2 Safety certification
  • Collision Repair Technician
  • Auto Body Painter
  • Collision Repair Parts Specialist
  • Damage Estimator
  • Manufacturer’s Representative
  • Equipment Painter
  • Insurance Company Estimator

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