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Course Information and Descriptions
ACR 112 Non-Structural Repair I (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 110) This course will focus on the design and
construction of the modern automobile. Students are introduced to
theory and the fundamentals commonly used in sheet metal repair
processes, chemical and plastic welding repair processes, along with
removal, installation, and adjustment of moveable vehicle glass.
Replacement of exterior bolted vehicle body panels including proper
fitment and adjustment, and replacement of exterior lights and trim
will also be covered. Classroom discussions and hands-on labs
utilizing live vehicles and training aids will be used to enhance
proficiencies.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 115 Automotive Welding (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 115) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of common ferrous and non-ferrous
metal welding processes used in the collision repair industry. The
course will focus on welding safety, gas welding and cutting,
electrical arc welding and cutting, both flat and out-of-position
welding techniques, and the five most common weld joints used in
automotive collision repair. Classroom discussions and in-lab handson welding will prepare the student to take the I-CAR Welding
Qualification Exams.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 119 Paintless Dent Removal (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will introduce the students to theory and the
fundamentals of common Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) processes,
along with tools and equipment used in the collision repair industry.
The course will focus on: dent theory, vehicle inspection, dent
identification, PDR tool identification and recommended application,
PDR vocabulary, hand and eye coordination, dent access and repair
set-up, and final clean up of vehicle finish. Classroom discussions
and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and training aids will be
used to enhance proficiencies.
Prerequisite: ACR 110 and ACR 112 (formerly ABR 110) (both C or
better)
ACR 131 Automotive Refinishing I (2-2)
3 Hours
(Formerly ABR 130) This course will introduce the students to
theory and basic fundamentals of vehicle finishing processes. The
course will focus on paint and finishing safety, environmental
practices, vehicle masking and protection, and surface preparation
for the first coat of the finishing process. The course will also cover
identification, set-up, and break down of finishing equipment, proper
mixing and application of primers, sealers, and single stage paints.
Classroom discussions and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and
training aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 132 Automotive Refinishing II (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 131) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of base coat and clear coat finishes,
identification, set-up, and break down of finishing equipment, along
with proper mixing and application of solvent base finishes.
Application techniques of automotive color and clear finishes on
metal, fiberglass, and automotive plastics will be covered. Classroom
discussions and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and training
aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Prerequisite: ACR 110 and ACR 131 (formerly ABR 130) (both C or
better)
Corequisite: ACR 215 (ABR 215) (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 137 Automotive Mechanical Systems (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 137) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of the steering and suspension systems,
drive trains, and braking systems as they apply to a collision repair
technician. The course will focus on identification, theories of
operation, diagnosis, and repair procedures of the vehicle’s
mechanical systems as a direct result of a vehicle collision.
Classroom discussions and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and
training aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 138 Automotive Electrical Systems (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 138) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of the air conditioning systems, cooling
systems, fuel and exhaust systems, and automotive electronic
systems as they apply to a collision repair technician. The course
will focus on identification, theories of operation, diagnosis, and
repair procedures of vehicle electrical systems as a direct result of a
vehicle collision. Classroom discussions and hands-on labs utilizing
live vehicles and training aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 212 Non-Structural Repair II (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 111) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of repairing non-bolted vehicle body
panels. The course will focus on the removal of interior and exterior
trim, hardware, removing and installing stationary glass, non-bolted
body panel replacement using both chemical adhesion and fusion
processes, proper alignment methods, and application of body seam
sealers and foams. Classroom discussions and hands-on labs utilizing
live vehicles and training aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Note: Work Experience may be considered to meet the prerequisite.
Prerequisite: ACR 110, ACR 112 (ABR 110), and ACR 115 (ABR
115) (all C or better)
Corequisite: ACR 138 (ABR 138) (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 215 Automotive Detailing (2-2)
3 Hours
(Formerly ABR 215) This course will introduce students to theory
and the fundamentals of interior and exterior vehicle cleaning, and
vehicle finish defect correction. The course will focus on: vehicle
interior trim identification, soiled/stains identification, interior odor
removal/neutralizing and interior cleaning processes. Exterior
cleaning and correction processes including identification of vehicle
finish defects and finish correction will be discussed. Classroom
discussions and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and training
aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better)
Course fee
ACR 230 Structural Repair (3-4)
5 Hours
(Formerly ABR 230) This course will introduce the students to
theory and the fundamentals of the vehicle’s structural system. The
course will focus on the identification and analysis of structural
damage using both manual and computer measuring systems,
determining correct repair procedures, and straightening of structural
panels. Replacement or sectioning of structural panels, panel
corrosion protection, and restraint system will also be covered.
Classroom discussions and hands-on labs utilizing live vehicles and
training aids will be used to enhance proficiencies.
Prerequisite: ACR 110, ACR 112 (formerly ABR 110), and ACR 115
(formerly ABR 115) (all C or better)
Corequisite: ACR 137 (C or better)
Course fee
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