Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics – Automotive Collision Repair
The Collision Repair Technology program of study is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and abilities required for entry-level positions in Collision Repair industry. Collision Technicians restore vehicles damaged as a result of collision, corrosion, or wear. Some of the topics covered are: safety, welding and cutting techniques, identification and analysis of damage, measuring and texturing systems, metal/fiberglass/plastic repair, refinishing from total paint jobs to minor repair, estimating and detailing. Source: TCIDS
PATHWAY CONCENTRATION COURSES & ELECTIVES
- Computer Applications
- Introduction to Collision Repair
- Non-Structural Repair
- Painting and Refinishing
- Estimating and Customer Service
- Work Based Learning: Career Practicum
Successful Collision Repair students:
- complete integration with Environmental Science/ Geometry/ English.
- display manual dexterity.
- demonstrate effective verbal/written communication skills.
- perform mathematic calculations.
- show teamwork skills.
- exhibit good work ethics, computer skills and interpersonal skills.
DEGREES, DIPLOMAS, AND CERTIFICATES
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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.
- Collision Repair Technician
- Auto Manufacturing Sales
- Automotive Parts Sales
- Body Shop Manager
- Dealership or Shop Owner
- Insurance Adjuster
- Service Advisor
- Waste Management (EPA)
- Design Engineer
- Finance Manager
- Automotive Manufacturing Representative
WHERE IS IT OFFERED?
Bradley Central High School