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The Auto Body Program is designed to help the students progress through basic procedures in body repairs and painting job skill development. Current practices used in industry are emphasized. The course orientation examines use of trade equipment, shop safety, theory and hands-on activities required to perform practical repair operations.
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Recommended for Success: Before enrolling in this course, students are strongly advised
to beconcurrently enrolled in AUBDY 321.
Introduction to automotive collision repair industry with emphasis on shop safety, careers, vehicle designs welding techniques, on-structural steel repairs including straightening and replacementprocedures. Materials Fee Required Field trips may be required. (A-F Only) Lecture/Lab
AUBDY 302—AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR 2 [5 Units]
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of AUBDY 301 with a minimum grade of C or better.
This course is designed for the intermediate student who has successfully completed AUBDY 301with emphasis on Automotive plastics, structural repairs, corrosion protection, vehicle dimensions,and estimating damage. Materials Fee Required Field trips may be required. (A-F Only) Lecture/Lab
AUBDY 303—AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR 3 [4 Units]
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of AUBDY 302 with a minimum grade of C or better.
This course is designed for the student who has completed Auto Body 301 and 302 with emphasis on advanced techniques, including repair and replacement of non structural and structural components.This course works towards ASE certification and uses the ICAR live delivery program. At theend of each program the student will take a post test and be eligible for ICAR Training Alliance gold class points. Materials Fee Required Field trips may be required. (A-F Only) Lecture/Lab
AUBDY 321—AUTOMOTIVE SPRAY REFINISHING 1 [2 Units]
Introduction to automobile spray painting. Study of materials, supplies and equipment. Experience in feather edging and application of base coats; spray techniques in spot blending and panel refinishing with a base coat and clear coat. Materials Fee Required Field trips may be required. (A-F Only) Lecture/Lab
AUBDY 322—AUTOMOTIVE SPRAY REFINISHING 2 [3 Units]
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of AUBDY 321 and AUBDY 301.
Continuation of AUBDY 321 with further instruction of automotive refinishing with single stage, base/clear coat urethane paints, and estimate writing. Materials Fee Required Field trips may be required. (A-F Only) Lecture/Lab
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