Auto Collision


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This program combines textbook learning with hands-on experience to teach all aspects of Auto Body Repair from safety of hand and power tools, to various body fillers, different metal working techniques, and panel replacement.  Also, single stage and multi-stage paint systems.

         The auto collision program provides students with competency-based collision repair training of the most common skills that auto collision shops expect entry-level technicians to perform in a competent manner with little or no supervision, such as

  • Preparing and applying automotive refinish materials.
  • Weld and cut metal.
  • Determining non-structural analysis damage.
  • Removal of body panels and various other body shop tasks.

 

 There is no direct cost or fees to the students of the sending schools that we serve

 TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS OF INSTRUCTOR

All technical instructors in the State of Maine are required to work for a minimum of three years in the specific field of their instruction before they can hold a teaching position.  Instructors at Region Two hold all hold a valid current State of Maine certification within their areas.

OVERALL GOALS OF THE PROGRAM

The overall goals of the program in to place students in post secondary college and place students in various job positions. We try hard to match students to the employers needs taking into consideration the abilities, attitudes and attendance records.

Units of Study

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Instructors

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Jeremy Hiltz – Ed Tech

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Schedule

This course meets for 36 weeks.

Location

This course is held at Region Two .