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CRT 1103
AUTOMOTIVE WELDING

Students will receive instruction on how to properly weld and cut on automobiles with the use of mig welders and plasma cutters.


CRT 1114
METAL REPAIR I

The straightening, alignment, and fitting of major panels are taught. Procedures necessary to weld, heat, cut, and shape are taught. Emphasis in this course is on theory and practical application.


CRT 1124
PAINTING I

This course includes skills and technical knowledge in the preparation of metal for paint; chemical stripping of old finishes; use and maintenance of spray painting equipment; mixing and spraying of all types of automotive finishes; and identification of common materials used.


CRT 1134
COLOR MATCHING I

A continuation of painting with emphasis on spraying techniques and tinting of paints to achieve color match.


CRT 1214
METAL REPAIR II

Prerequisite: CRT 1114.
A continuation of CRT 1114 witih advanced straightening techniques with the application of body fillers being taught.


CRT 1224
PAINTING II

Prerequisite: CRT 1124.
A continuation of CRT 1124. This course includes skills and technical knowledge in the preparation ond application of automotive finishes.


CRT 1234
COLOR MATCHING II

Prerequisite: CRT 1134.
A continuation of CRT 1134. Develop advanced color match techniques.


CRT 1312
AIR BRUSHING

The student will learn spraying techniques using multiple colors, metal flake paints, and multilayer masking using special spraying techniques and air brushes.


CRT 1322
DETAILING

Students will receive instruction on how to properly clean and buff all visible exterior and interior surfaces of a vehicle.


CRT 1332
COST ANALYSIS/COLLISION REPAIR

Students will receive instruction in the preparation of an estimate, calculating the cost of parts, materials, and labor required to repair a collision damaged vehicle.


CRT 2991, 2992, 2993, 2994, 2995, 2996
SPECIAL TOPICS FOR COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY

This course is designed to introduce students to specific areas in Collision Repair Technology. Course content and credit are designed to meet the needs of the student. The topic will vary from offering to offering; thus, the course may be taken more than once for a total of 6 hours. This course requires 15 clock hours per one semester credit hour.


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