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AUTO COLLISION
REPAIR



Program Location:
LCC West Campus

Session Offered: AM

Average Lecture Days/Week: 2-3 days

Average Lab Days/Week: 2-3 days

Homework: Rarely

Required reading:
College level textbook
25+ pages/weekly

LCC Credits Available: 11
(If college level work is attained)

ACCUPLACER to receive LCC Credit:
Reading: 3
Writing: 2
Math: 3
This program introduces the student to the tools used and
elementary repairs completed in the collision repair
industry. This includes an introduction to the refinishing
process that forms the basis for all automotive refinishing
work. Surface preparation, material selection, and the use
of hand and power tools (including automotive spray guns)
will be covered. If college level work is attained, student
may earn up to 11 LCC credits.

Student learning outcomes include but are not limited to:

 Select appropriate safety equipment and clothing for mixing and applying paints
 Proper set up and adjustment of spray gun techniques and applications
 Set up, adjust and perform a cut on an automotive body panel
 Use proper tools and solvents to remove dirt, grease and wax from areas to be repaired
 Remove, reinstall and align a replacement panel with proper alignment tools and
equipment
 Remove and reinstall a hood and deck lid, including hatches and alignment
 Remove and reinstall a door lock cylinder and a door handle assembly
 Apply various body fillers effectively
 Use a given group of body filler finishing tools
 Exposure to collision field through various field trips

Eaton RESA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its programs and activities. Civil Rights
Coordinators are located at 1790 E. Packard Hwy, Charlotte Michigan to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies. Telephone
(517) 543-5500.






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AUTO COLLISION REPAIR

AUTO 100 Automotive Service I 3 LCC Credits
This course is intended to provide the student with an extensive orientation to an automotive
repair facility, while developing tool and equipment usage skills needed to advance in the
automotive repair field.


AUTB 110 Non-Structural Repair Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in AUTO 100 3 LCC Credits
This course introduces the student to elementary repairs that are completed in the collision
repair industry. This allows the student to become familiar with the collision repair field
environment.


AUTB 118 Introduction to Refinishing Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in AUTO 100 5 LCC Credits
The material in this course will form the basis for all automotive refinishing work. Surface
preparation, material selection and the use of hand and power tools (including automotive
spray guns) will be covered.




HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE CREDIT

The primary focus of the Eaton RESA Career Preparation Center is to enhance a student’s high
school curriculum by providing an opportunity to learn a technical trade and/or to obtain a
head start on a post-secondary education.
All students completing an Eaton RESA Career Center program at Lansing Community College
have the opportunity to earn either direct or articulated college credit while completing their
high school program if specific criteria are met.
LCC credit is awarded to a student who: a) completes the high school career and technical
education course with the minimum grade point average; b) meets the performance objectives
for a specific Lansing Community College course; and, c) passes the college course final
examinations, if one is required. These credits are shown as numerical grades on the student’s
LCC transcript. Transcripts may be requested through Lansing Community College Enrollment
Services Department by August following course completion.
The courses listed below show the possible LCC college credits that may be available to high
school students taking an ERESA Career Preparation Program.