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Metal Straightening and Body Filler IThis course will cover metal straightening, the purpose of plastic fillers and how to use them for their intended purpose in autobody repair.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment testABCT1155View
Bolt-on, Weld-on Panel Replacement and AlignmentProper use and selection of tools is very important to properly remove, install and align bolt-on-panels. Properly removing, installing and aligning bolt-on-parts is essential to restoring the vehicle to pre-accident condition. Proper tools and equipment along with proper techniques are essential for the removal and replacement of weld-on-panels. The fit and finish of the final repair is determined by proper panel installation. Alignment to adjacent panels, gaps at door and decklid, panel warpage and damage to adjacent panels are major factors in the quality of the finished product.4NoneABCT1160View
Tinting and BlendingThe students will learn how to achieve a blendable match with all colors. Students will become familiar with paint application problems and the use of preventive measures. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneABCT1265View
Cutting, Heating and MIG WeldingStudents will learn how to use oxy-acetylene cutting, heating, and metal inert gas (MIG) welding on automotive sheet metal. Students will become familiar with how the MIG welding process are used, requirements for metal joining processes and their application to auto collision repair.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR Qualifying score on ESL reading assessment testABCT1145View
Environmental Health, Safety and Equipment Preparation for FinishesThe student will develop a plan for refinishing a vehicle using the correct operation of equipment and paint. Concerns for environmental health and safety will be followed and enforced. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneABCT1255View
Advanced IllustratorThis course is designed to give the student a more in-depth working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator. The student will learn how to use more advanced Illustrator techniques in order to produce original digital artwork. This course will cover software integration with other Creative Suite software. 3MGDP1240, or instructor approvalMGDP1350View
Trim, Moveable Glass and HardwareMany repairs made to vehicle doors and other glass installations require the removal and installation of glass. Proper removal and installation is necessary to prevent damage to the glass or vehicle. Improper removal and installation can also cause wind noise and water leaks. Selection of proper tools, safe use of tools and proper removal procedures will be emphasized in this course. Installation procedures will be covered. 2NoneABCT1150View
Surface Preparing and Finish ApplicationThis course will enable the technician to identify type and color of a finish. The student will understand undercoat materials, sanding procedures and masking procedures in the preparation of the surface for refinishing. Manufacturers of today`s vehicles use various refinish systems such as single stage, base coat, clearcoat and tri-stage. To properly refinish a vehicle and meet customer expectations, the technician will understand and apply these types of finishes. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4NoneABCT1260View
Advanced Tree Climbing OperationsThis course is a continuation of Tree Climbing Operations with emphasis on tree care via rope and saddle climbing. Specialized topics and practices to include: An overview of basic tree climbing, advanced hitches and knots, progressive equipment and techniques, line placement and tree entry, limb walking, pruning techniques, aerial rescue, electrical hazard awareness, and basic rigging.2LNDC1131 and LNDC2150LNDC2155View
Tree Climbing OperationsThis course is a continuation of Arboriculture I with emphasis on tree care via rope, saddle climbing, and ground worker operations. Specialized topics and practices to include: climbing safety, climbing equipment, familiarity with ropes and knots, throw line, foot locking, mechanics of climbing and moving through trees via rope & saddle. The student will also learn how to provide support to climbers aloft through roping and rigging skills, material handling, equipment operation, chainsaw safety and customer service relations. Along with Tree Climbing Operations, Arboriculture and Advanced Arboriculture students can prepare for the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Tree Worker Certification, administered by the MN Society of Arboriculture (MSA).3LNDC1131LNDC1145View