It helps to be:
good with your hands and good with your eyes; form and color count. A student should also have attention to detail and coordination.
If you are interested in restoring, refinishing, and resurfacing car body parts...
see your counselor to enroll today!
|1st Year Students||2nd Year Students||3rd Year Students|
Paint & Refinishing I #570030
Non-Structural Analysis Repair #570033
Students will focus on shop safety, hand tools, panel prep for refinishing, paint masking & mixing, spray gun & airbrush operation, vinyl lettering, and small dent straightening.
Paint & Refinishing II #570031
Metal Welding #570038
Students will advance into shop safety, prep and masking auto for refinishing, advanced painting skills, welding safety, mig welding operations.
Paint & Refinishing III #570032
Structural Analysis Repair #570035
Topics include: managing a collision repair shop, completing live work projects, conducting advanced & custom refinishing, tinting & color matching, frame & body straightening, alignment, and measuring.
CREDENTIALING CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES
Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to build stackable credentials such as OSHA 10 hour, S/P2 Safety as they nagivate their programs of study. This will make our students more valuable to potential employers. Collision Repair offers the following certification opportunity:
Students may receive ARTICULATED credit through Calhoun Community College after completing quality assurance criteria in this Career Technical program.
Course: Surface Preparation and Coatings
Students may receive ARTICULATED credit through the Alabama State Community College System after completing quality assurance criteria in this Career Technical program.