Learn the professional skills necessary to meet the demanding requirements of the collision repair industry. Students learn the basic indepth aspects of Collision Repair Technology Technology, collision repair and finishing. Students are provided theory and practice in sheet metal repair, plastic repair and replacement, repair of body damage, frame, and auto body, glass installation and paint finishing techniques. This program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), a division of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE Certification). Collision repair technicians are skilled, knowledgeable trade people who know how to use specialized equipment and highly technical methods to restore vehicles damaged by collision. They must possess basic skills in the following areas: Metal Work, Welder, Auto Repair Technician, Air Conditioning Technician, Computer Technician, Painter/Refinishing Technician.
|John D’Andrea (Dept. Head)
firstname.lastname@example.org | 781-878-8822 ext. 314
email@example.com | 781-878-8822 ext. 316
Skills: Proper tool usage | Surface preparations | Paint spraying | Paint mixing
Skills: OHSA 10 | Non-structural panel repairs | Mig welding | Oxyacetylene welding | Solving paint problems
Skills: Frame repair | Plasma cutting | Resistance welding | Auto appraisal | Plastic welding | Panel bonding | Structural body panel
Skills: Computer estimating | Professionalism | Laser frame measuring | Suspension systems | Air conditioning | Coolant systems | Frame straightening