Students demonstrate collision repair procedures on production type vehicles and projects according to manufacturers and Inter Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) standards. Students gain additional hands-on experience and continue to refine skills learned in previous courses. Students accomplish this by having the opportunity to observe, practice, and demonstrate their skills in an industry-like setting. Emphasis will be placed on demonstrating the principles of damage analysis, structural repair of unibody, and frame vehicles.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Perform daily work according to repair order process.
- Update supplement repair order as needed.
- Analyze and inspect damage to unibody and frame vehicles.
- Measure and preform pulls on various damaged vehicles.
- Remove, store, protect, and replace parts.
- Demonstrate minor repairs on a variety of vehicles.
- Prep and refinish vehicles using paint company standard operating
- Use multiple types of welding equipment.
- Complete repairs to mechanical systems.
- Complete mixing, tinting, and blending procedures.
- Perform final clean-up and quality control using checklist.
- Show safe shop operations practices.
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