Automotives

Do you like working with your hands? Do you like the idea of having variety in your day to day tasks? How about seeing your work take shape in front of your eyes? Then auto body and collision repair may be the rewarding career choice for you. This program will provide a strong foundational understanding of the technologies and techniques used, along with numerous opportunities to perfect craftsmanship through actual repairs in our state of the art repair shop. This approach will equip the student with the necessary skill set to thrive within the industry, based on real world experience.

Autobody 10 - 5 credits

Autobody 10 is focused on teaching students how to work with metal to repair dents, scrapes and damage to vehicles. The program will teach students proper tool identification and usage, accurate measurements, filling techniques, shop safety and lab procedures.
This course is offered at the Jack James Campus.
Prerequisite: None

Autobody 20 - 10 credits

Autobody 20 is a further enhancement to the students’ knowledge about how to work with metal to repair dents, scrapes and damage to vehicles. Students continue to investigate the career opportunities within this field. This course is offered at the Jack James Campus and will include a 5-credit workplace practicum.
Prerequisite: Autobody 10

Autobody 30 - 5 credits

Autobody 30 is the culmination of the past 2 years of training for students in the area of autobody work. he program is focused on expanding student knowledge about estimations, time management and job completion to repair dents, scrapes and damage to vehicles. Actual career opportunities are investigated and students can research possibilities of employment. This course is offered at the Jack James Campus and will include a 5-credit workplace practicum.
Prerequisite: Autobody 20

Mechanics 10 - 5 credits

The Mechanics 10 program provides opportunities for students to learn about mechanical systems, automotive electrical systems, vehicle care and maintenance, the basics of hydraulic and pneumatic theory and the fundamentals of various spring, bounce control and steering systems. Students will learn about the tools used, safety in the shop and basic customer service.
This course is offered at the Jack James Campus.
Prerequisite: None

Mechanics 20 A/B - 10 credits

The Mechanics 20 program provides more opportunities for students to enhance their basic knowledge about mechanical systems, automotive electrical systems, vehicle care and maintenance, the basics of hydraulic and pneumatic theory and the fundamentals of suspension and steering systems. Students will continue to expand their learning about the mechanics trade, the interrelated systems within vehicles and be more involved in providing customer service. This course is offered at the Jack James Campus.
Prerequisite: Mechanics 10

Mechanics 30A/B - 10 credits

The Mechanics 30 program is a culmination of the past 2 years of work for students. Students add to their learning, while performing service on vehicles and begin their diagnostic skill enhancement.
This course is offered at the Jack James Campus.
Prerequisite: Mechanics 20

Auto Mechanics 10-4 - 5 credits

Students will be introduced to the practical and theoretical concepts connected to proper use of tools and shop machines, tire repair and balance, brake operations and principles, and general vehicle maintenance. This course is offered at the Jack James Campus.
Prerequisite: None

Auto Mechanics 20-4 - 30-4 - 10 credits each

Students will explore intermediate and advanced auto-mechanic concepts in areas such as engine operation and maintenance, suspension systems, steering systems, brake systems, as well as general vehicle maintenance and up-keep. Students who complete the advanced 30-4 course will be prepared to become a Registered Apprentice or pursue post-secondary opportunities in this high demand sector.
These courses are offered at the Jack James Campus and will include a 5-credit workplace practicum.
Prerequisites: Auto Mechanics 10-4 for AM 20-4; Auto Mechanics 20-4 for AM 30-4

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