Collision Repair Technology II
Prerequisite: Collision Repair Technology I and Application
Credit: 3
Grade Level: 12

Course carries 16 credit hours toward Hutchinson Community College degree

This course is designed for the students who have completed Automotive Collision Repair Technology I. Students receivetraining in advanced collision repair tasks. Frame & unibody straightening, structural component replacement & sectioning and paint tinting and blending are examples of the skills the students will learn. In addition, the students will continue to practice and perfect the basic skills that they have learned in Automotive Collision repair Technology I. This is a three-hour course and carries three units of credit for high school students but will transfer 32 credit hours to Hutchinson Community College should the student desire to pursue an AAS degree in Auto Body Technology.