The program is designed to provide the students with a basic understanding
of the Auto Collision Career field. The auto collision class is a two-year
program for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Tenth grade enrollment is
based on space available.
Auto Collision I
Grade Placement: 10, 11, 11 2 credits (Block Class) Full Year
Required: Safety glasses (available for purchase or supply your own), instructor approved work boots and clothing. Students will learn safe work procedures, basic tool handling, usage and repair procedures in the following areas: wire welding, basic sheet metal repair, materials used in auto body repair, body construction, glass installation, and refinishing materials and techniques.
Auto Collision II
Grade Placement: 11 & 12 2 credits (Block Class) Full Year
Prerequisite: Auto Collision I
Required: Safety glasses (available for purchasse or supply your own), instructor approved workboots and clothing
Students will expand their knowledge of auto collision repair through instruction in minor frame repair, wire feed welding, panel replacement, glass installation, basic collision damage repair and refinishing. Students will use many of the specialty tools used in major auto body repair and will learn the use of water bourn paints. Students will also learn about the insurance industry and how to write estimates.