Auto Body Repair
Auto Body Repair II

Mission Statement

To prepare youth and adults to enter, compete and advance in an ever changing world of work.

Program Overview

The Auto Body Repair Technician Program focuses on the latest techniques of restoring a vehicle to its original state. Classroom instruction with an I-CAR certified laboratory which includes I-CAR certifications and experiences include, but are not limited to, Applied Communication, Applied Math, Employability Skills

Length of Course:

The Auto Body Program is a one year program consisting of 900 clock-hours with an optional 2nd year consisting of 900 clock-hours. Classes meet Monday-Thursday from 4 p.m. till 10:00 p.m.

Job Opportunities:

Graduates are employed in various automobile dealerships and independent body shops throughout the Tri-State Area.

Placement Services:

WorkForce Development Resource Center provides placement services to graduates of all full-time programs. A representative from WDRC is available to speak with each class before graduation to assist students with the registration process for job placement. WorkForce Development Resource Center is located at 120 North 3rd Street, Ironton, Ohio


** Costs are subject to change

Application Requirements

Description Hours
Auto Body Repair Semester One
   
  • Hazardous Material, Personal Safety & Refinish Safety
  25 hours
  • Trim and Hardware
  25 hours
  • Refinish
  25 hours
  • Refinishing Supplement
  25 hours
  • Vehicle Technology Trends
  25 hours
  • Corrosion Protection
  25 hours
  • Hazardous Airborne Pollutant Reduction
  25 hours
  • Hazardous Material Storage & Disposal
  25 hours
  • Refinish Program 1
  25 hours
  • Refinish Program 2
  25 hours
  • Waterborne Products, System & Application
  25 hours
  • Production Experience
  25 hours
  • Test Prep Refinish Tech Pro Level 1 Online Test
  25 hours
  • Projects
  75 hours
  • Total Hours
 
400 hours
Auto Body Repair Semester Two
   
  • Hazardous Materials, Personal Safety & Refinish Safety
  25 hours
  • Trim and Hardware Program 1
  25 hours
  • Exterior Panel Repair/Replacement- Steel & Plastic Pro 1
  25 hours
  • Movable & Stationary Glass Program 1
  25 hours
  • Lighting, Starting, & Charging Systems Program 1
  25 hours
  • Automotive Foams
  25 hours
  • Non-Structural Supplement
  25 hours
  • Vehicle Identification, Estimation Systems, and Terminology
  25 hours
  • Wind Noise And Water Leaks
  25 hours
  • Plastic Repair Program 3
  25 hours
  • Corrosion Protection
  25 hours
  • Advanced High-Strength Steel Overview
  25 hours
  • Exterior Panels Damage Analysis
  25 hours
  • Advanced High-Strength Steel Overview
  25 hours
  • Recycled Parts for Collision Repair
  25 hours
  • Vehicle Technology Trends
  25 hours
  • Welding And Cutting Steel Program 3
  25 hours
  • Test Prep Non-Structural Technicial Pro Level 1 Online Test
  25 hours
  • Test Prep Non-Structural Technicial Pro Level 1 Online Test
  25 hours
  • Projects
  75 hours
  • Total Hours
 
500 hours
Auto Body Repair Program Total   900 hours
Description Hours
Auto Body Repair II (Optional) Semester One
   
  • Hazardous Matrial, Personal safety
  25 hours
  • Adhesive bonding
  44 hours
  • Squeeze type Resistance spot welding
  44 hours
  • Welding and cutting Steel program 3
  66 hours
  • GMA (MIG)
  66 hours
  • Automotive Foams
  44 hours
  • Corrosion Protection
  44 hours
  • Measuring program 1
  44 hours
  • Steel Unitized Structure
  23 hours
  • Total Hours
 
400 hours
Auto Body Repair II (Optional) Semester Two
   
  • Hazardous Matrial, Personal safety
  25 hours
  • Vehicle Technology and trends
  24 hours
  • Cooling Systems Operation and parts.
  55 hours
  • Working with coolant and HVAC controls
  44 hours
  • Airconditioning Part 1 and 2
  88 hours
  • Automotive Lighting/Batteries
  88 hours
  • Starting and charging systems
  44 hours
  • Alternative fuel vehicle damage analysis
  66 hours
  • Alternative Fule vehicle safety
  66 hours
  • Total Hours
 
500 hours
Auto Body Repair II Program Total   900 hours

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