Please mark your calendars - the regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting on August 9 has been canceled. Instead, a special Board of Trustees meeting will be held Wednesday, September 13, 2017, to approve the college’s operating budget and conduct regular business
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Auto Collision Technician Program Outcomes
Work safely and responsibly within safety and environmental guideline standards for a shop.
Identify, care for and use hand and power tools.
Arrange welding equipment and select proper equipment for heating, cutting and MIG welding.
Identify types of plastic and select correct repair material for proper repair.
Identify types of glass, installation materials and install/adjust auto glass.
Shrink, stretch, and straighten metal. Mix and apply plastic filler.
Inspect, remove, install, align panels, doors and trim to meet industry standards.
Diagnose, twist, mash, sag and side sway. Set up and measure.
Evaluate collision damage and enter information into computer to achieve an accurate repair cost.
Select specific materials and prepare surfaces to be top coated.
Determine type of paint, apply topcoat and blend finishes.
Correct surface defects and final clean vehicles inside and out for delivery.