Collision Repair and Refinishing

COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISHING I & II – #8676/#8677

ABOUT:

  • National and State employment growth rate is between 9% and 13%
  • Prepares in the use of the latest technologies and equipment
  • Provides practical hands-on experiences and students allowed to work on personal
  • Students become familiar with the latest finishes, from single-stage to multi-stage finishes
  • Selected students may be eligible for work experiences at local repair facilities
  • Successful students may be invited to return for Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing III
  • Two year course

STUDENTS STUDY:
Installation of vehicle parts and accessories
Preparation of compounds and solution
Structural Repair
Painting and Refinishing
Damage Analysis
Estimating

Auto Body 1

PREREQUISITES:
Good Attendance and Good Behavior

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS:
This course is not recommended for students with respiratory or allergy problems. Students will be required to purchase/wear appropriate clothing and safety equipment. Also may require heavy lifting, exposure to dust, chemicals, and physical activity.

CAMPUS LOCATION:
Butler Farm, Hampton

SESSIONS:
A.M. and P.M.

CLASS SIZE:
20 students per AM and PM class.

CREDENTIALS:
National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI )Certificate, and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS:
Skills USA

Program Fees: 1st Year
Supply Kit $65.00
Workbook $20.00
Activity Fee $17.00
Program Fees: 2nd Year
Activity Fee $20.00

INSTRUCTOR:
Scott Harrell scott.harrell@nhrec.org 757-766-1100 ext 3347

Auto Body 4

BIO:
Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (ICAR) Instructor
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified
Axalta Coating Systems
3M Manufacturing Company
28 years Experience

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Detailer
Chief Frame machine
Auto Body & Paint Supply Store
Refinishing Specialist and Assistant
Automotive Graphics Specialist
Claims Adjuster/Estimator
Frame Specialist Assistant
Parts Specialist and Assistant
Auto Body Repair and Restoration
Painter’s Assistant/Refinishing
Average Salary Range: $23,500-$48,650

POST-SECONDARY PARTNERS:

Tidewater Community College (TCC)

BUSINESS PARTNERS:
Harmon’s Body Shop
Priority Collision Center
Maaco 
Suttle Collision Center
Casey Collision Center

RESOURCES:
Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing
Industry Confrence on Auto Collision Repair (ICAR)
Virginia Department of Education (VDOE)