AUTO BODY/COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY
The Auto Body program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair damaged automotive vehicles such as automobiles and light trucks. Students learn to examine damaged vehicles and estimate cost of repairs; remove, repair and replace upholstery, accessories, electrical and hydraulic window and seat operating equipment and trim to gain access to vehicle body and fenders; remove and replace glass; repair dented areas; replace excessively damaged fenders, panels and grills; straighten bent frames or unibody structures using hydraulic jacks and pulling devices; and file, grind and sand repaired surfaces using power tools and hand tools. Students refinish surfaces by painting with primer and a finish coat.
|Career||PA Career Zone||BLS.gov||O*NET|
|Auto Body Repair Technician|
|Automotive Parts Person|
|Insurance Claims Adjuster|
|Auto Glass Installer|
SOAR programs prepare today's student for High Priority Occupations which are tomorrow's high demand and high wage careers. Students in SOAR programs may qualify for FREE college credits at institutions in PA. See what colleges are offering SOAR credits at collegetransfer.net.