This program includes classroom and shop experiences in all phases of the repair of damaged auto bodies, fenders, and frames. Skills are developed in metal welding and cutting, straightening, filing, grinding, and sanding for concealment of imperfections. Painting and replacement of body parts and components are taught. Instruction also includes use of parts and repair manuals, price lists, and flat rate manuals for estimating and pricing repairs to customers, Recordkeeping, shop safety, housekeeping, and employability skills are related skills covered in the program.
What you will learn:
1,400 clock hours
The following table illustrate the program structure:
|Course #||OCP||Course Name||Hours|
|ARR0210||A||Paint and Body Helper||250|
|ARR0213||A||Paint and Body Assistant||250|
|ARR0020||B||Auto Collision Estimator||100|
|ARR0313||C||Frame and Body Repairman||150|
|ARR0240||C||Automobile Body Repairer||325|
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Total Program Cost:
Costs based on 2013-14 school year. All costs and fees are subject to change.
|Program Items||Approximate Total Program Costs|
|Tuition - 1,400 hours||$3,889.00|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||$30.00|
|AAAE (Learning Center) Fee
(If remediation is required)
|Industry Certification Exam (optional)||$60.00|