Auto Collision/Refinishing

Auto Collision/Refinishing

Instructor:

William Stone
wstone@muskegonisd.org

Para-Professional:

Mike Kuharevicz
mkuharev@muskegonisd.org

Course Description:

Auto collision and refinishing technology is growing and changing at a rapid pace. Instruction is set up with a balance of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on teaching. This National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified course prepares individuals to apply basic technical knowledge and skill in the following competence areas: 1) Safety & Maintenance; 2) Damage Analysis & Cost Estimates; 3) Disassemble & Assemble Parts; 4) Non-Structural Repairs; 5) Metal, Plastic, & Fiberglass Repairs; and 6) Paint & Refinishing Techniques. Mechanic Certification testing is available.

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Auto Collision/Refinishing

Student Quotes:

"Auto Collision/Refinishing was really a huge help to me because it helped me to start planning for my future job."
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Auto Collision/Refinishing Student

"I really enjoyed being out in the lab and learning hands-on. I believe I learn things easier and more quickly that way."
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Auto Collision/Refinishing Student

"What I liked most about Auto Collision/Refinishing was going to SkillsUSA competitions and competing against other students."
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Auto Collision/Refinishing Student

Special Features of the Program:
 

Customer service work is scheduled into the curriculum. Work-based learning opportunities are available for qualified students. Articulated college credit is also available.

View a list of program advisors:

Auto Collision/Refinishing Advisory Committee