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Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing

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COURSE OF STUDY - AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR & REFINISHING

GRADE 9 EXPLORATORY – COURSE #ABX 1.4 CREDIT
During grade 9 exploratory, students will receive instruction in auto body shop safety and basic auto body repair techniques. Course content introduces students to vehicle construction, minor dent repair, masking, automotive detailing and basic airbrushing skills.
 
GRADE 9 SHOP – COURSE #ABXF-16 4 CREDITS
During grade 9 shop, course content will include content on the safe and proper use of all hand and power tools used in the collision repair industry. Students will be introduced to basic automotive welding, and automotive refinishing procedures.
 
GRADE 10 SHOP – COURSE #AB2 20 CREDITS
During grade 10 shop, students will receive instruction on vehicle construction and nomenclature, computer estimating, sheet metal repair, advanced automotive welding, water-borne and solvent-based paint mixing, surface preparation and refinishing, non-structural body repair and plastic welding.
 
GRADE 10 RELATED – COURSE #AB2R 5 CREDITS
This course provides students with the theory necessary to understand the basic repair and refinishing techniques used in the collision repair and refinishing industry. Coursework is designed to address NATEF objectives. Students receive instruction in tool use and safety, vehicle construction and shop equipment procedures. Students will also attain their OSHA 10 hour general safety card as part of their instruction. Instructional delivery includes presentations, reading and writing assignments, classroom demonstrations, self-paced computer instruction and visual media presentations. Reading, writing and math assignments related to the collision repair industry are also integrated with the academic frameworks.
 
GRADE 11 SHOP – COURSE #AB3 25 CREDITS
During grade 11shop, course content will focus on more advanced non-structural and structural damage while students hone their skills on live work and project vehicles. Instruction will include: damage analysis and measuring, body panel preparation, panel alignment, auto glass removal and installation and proper refinishing techniques.
 
GRADE 11 RELATED – COURSE #AB3R 5 CREDITS
This course provides students with the theory necessary to understand the basic repair and refinishing techniques at an advanced level of instruction used in the collision repair and refinishing industry. Instruction builds on coursework from the previous year and is designed to address NATEF objectives. Students receive instruction in automotive refinishing and equipment use and application, dent repair techniques and equipment and MIG welding.  Instructional delivery includes presentations, reading and writing assignments, classroom demonstrations, self-paced computer instruction and visual media presentations. Reading, writing and math assignments related to the collision repair industry are also integrated with the academic frameworks. Introduction to the Jr./Sr. Project graduation requirement is also a component of their related instruction. 
 
GRADE 12 SHOP – COURSE #AB4 25 CREDITS
During grade 12 shop, course content will include removing and replacing structural panels, identifying, measuring and straightening frame and unibody damage and diagnosing mechanical and electrical component problems.  Instruction will also emphasize the development of desirable employability skills.
 
GRADE 12 RELATED – COURSE #AB4R 5 CREDITS
This course provides students with the theory necessary to understand the basic repair and refinishing techniques at an advanced level of instruction used in the collision repair and refinishing industry. Instruction builds on coursework from the previous year and is designed to address NATEF objectives. Students receive instruction in frame damage analysis, computer estimating and mechanical and electrical components. Instructional delivery includes presentations, reading and writing assignments, classroom demonstrations, self-paced computer instruction and visual media presentations. Reading, writing and math assignments related to the collision repair industry are also integrated into the curriculum as evidenced by continuation and completion of the Jr./Sr. Project graduation requirement.