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CR110 - Introduction to Refinishing

This course provides classroom and laboratory hands-on activities where the student is taught the proper procedures for using automotive refinishing equipment and the materials used in surface preparation and finish application. Emphasis is placed on personal safety, refinishing equipment and materials, surface preparation, masking, application techniques and other related topics.

CR106 - Non-Structural: Body Filling

This course provides classroom and laboratory hands-on activities where students gain a thorough understanding of the art of body filling. Panel straightening, body filling and proper sanding techniques will be the focus of this course.

CR105 - Non-Structural: Panel Analysis & Repair

In this course students are provided classroom and laboratory hands-on activities concerning the removal, repair, replacement and adjustment of outer body panels. This will include the repair and alignment of doors, tailgates, trunk lids, hoods and fenders.

CR104 - Non-Structural: Preparation & Plastics

In this course students are provided classroom and laboratory hands-on activities concerning the preparation of body panels for repair. This will include the removal of trim and molding and protecting non-damaged panels. Repairs of rubber panels and bumpers will be demonstrated and students will learn how to repair movable glass.

CR103 - Unibody Analysis & Repair

This course combines lecture and laboratory hands-on activities, focusing on the fundamentals of unibody type chassis damage and repaired. Students will learn to properly measure, straighten and align body panels while using the frame machine and to locate hidden damages.

CR102 - Structural Analysis & Repair

This class will focus on repairing structural damage to vehicles with frame type chassis. Students will learn how to straighten or replace damaged frame components using a frame machine.

CR100 - Welding & Cutting

Students will learn welding techniques using MIG and arc welders and how to safely use oxy-acetylene. Students will learn how to identify the proper weld to use in different situations and how to join the different types of metal.

TD210 Diesel Engine Accessories

This lecture/laboratory course focuses on the diesel engine accessories that aid in the enhancement of engine power, performance and lower diesel emissions.  Topics discussed include air induction and exhaust systems, turbochargers, superchargers and engine braking systems. 

TD204 - Advanced Heavy Duty Undercarriage

This course combines lecture and laboratory hands-on activities, focusing on the theory of operation, construction, diagnosis and repair of heavy duty clutch assemblies, manual transmissions, drive lines and final drive assemblies.  The laboratory component of the course includes the practical aspects of maintenance, troubleshooting and overhaul procedures used in heavy duty power train components.

TD202 - Diesel Fuel Systems

This lecture/laboratory course begins with the discussion diesel engine fuel composition from crude oil to the distillation and compounding of fuels in accordance with American Petroleum Institute’s standards. Fuel delivery systems are discussed in detail including fuel tanks, pumps, fuel lines and filtration devices.

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