Automotive Collision Repair II
Prerequisite(s): Automotive Collision Repair I.
This program is designed to prepare students for employment in the auto body field. There are two areas of specialization: auto painting and collision work. Although students obtain experience in both, it is possible to specialize in one particular area. The majority of time is spent in practical “hands-on” experience.
- Certification: Upon successful completion of level II, students can take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)/Skills USA Automotive Technicians test for paint and refinishing.
Automotive Collision Repair III
Prerequisite(s): Automotive Collision Repair I (28677) & II (28678)
This course allows students to further apply thee tasks/competencies learned in Automotive Collision Repair I and II. This course may also be used as a capstone course in which students may perfect their auto body skills and move toward employment in the industry. Students who successfully complete the program sequence will be prepared to take and pass their respective ASE/NATEF exam and will be prepared the postsecondary education opportunities.
Automotive Collision Repair Teacher