The Auto Body program is designed to help the beginning student progress through basic procedures in body repairs and painting to entry-level job skill development. Current practices used in industry are emphasized. The course orientation examines use of trade equipment, shop safety, theory, and hands-on activities required to perform practical repair operations.
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|CB 02: COURSE TITLE|| SECTIONS OFFERED |
|ENROLLMENT TOTAL (ANNUAL)|| SECTIONS OFFERED |
|ENROLLMENT TOTAL (ANNUAL)|
|AUBDY 301||Automotive Collision Repair 1||2||40||2||40|
|AUBDY 321||Automotive Collision Refinishing 1||2||40||2||40|
|AUBDY 322||Automotive Collision Refinishing 2||1||18||1||18|
The proposed program is a conversion of an existing skills recognition to a college certificate. It is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions. The program uses industry recognized ICAR professional development curriculum materials,with zero cost to students, a $2,500 savings. Theory and practical skills gained support the auto body and collision repair needs of industry.
| Upon satisfactory completion of this program, the student should be prepared to:|
1. Perform basic refinishing techniques in accordance with industry standards.
2. Comply with current industry safety and environmental regulations.Perform basic refinishing techniques in accordance with industry standards. Comply with current industry safety and environmental regulations.
The MJC Auto Body/Collision Repair Program prepares students for entry-level placement and ongoing advancement in highly skilled technical occupations. The central valley is located near a hub of automotive industry and manufacturing jobs. The program addresses the workforce needs of the community through advisory meetings with local automotive advisors and on-going collaborative communication with potential employers, such as Tesla,Applied Aerospace Structures, Alfred Mathews, Caliber Collision, Kruse-Lucas,and Burnside Body Shop.
Rationale for this proposal is to create a distinct alignment between industry and state certifications by converting an existing Auto Body/Refinishing Skills Recognition Award to an Auto Body/ Collision Refinishing Technician Certificate of Achievement Award.
Open enrollment will be adhered to through observance of traditional college wide registration and enrollment practice available to all student-seeking enrollment into college classes at Modesto Junior College – classes and program information will be published in the catalog and semester schedules for students seeking studies as electrician and installers. No additional student selection criteria are in place; this certificate complies with California Code of Regulations,Title 5, sections 55201 and 58106.
Input from local employers on November 14, 2018 validated the need for skilled individuals that the proposed Refinishing Technician Certificate aims to provide. [Advisory minutes attached].
(Y1 or S1)
|AUBDY 301||Automotive Collision Repair 1||4||S1|
|ELTEC 322||Automotive Collision Refinishing 1||3||S1 OR S2|
|ELTEC 208||Automotive Collision Refinishing 2||4||S2 OR S3|
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Votes were certified on 05/23/19
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