COLFF-CT Collision Repair and Refinishing

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Year 1
Term 1Credit Hours
AUTO-1070Safety
0
AUTO-1101Related Math
2
COMM-1272Communication
4
SAFE-1028WHMIS
0
2
WELD-1018Gas Welding
1
WELD-1019MIG Welding
2
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AUTO-1011Basic Metal Working - Theory
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In this section, the student exercises theoretical knowledge of metal straightening on various damaged projects which also provide the opportunity to develop practical skills in metal straightening, shrinking, filling, and proper use of tools.

AUTO-1013Basic Refinishing Preparation - Theory
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In this segment, the students will be able to prepare panels for refinishing using the proper products, equipment, and procedure. This would include spraying undercoats, using polyester putty, and leveling.

AUTO-1026Estimating - Theory
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Students will be able to interpret a repair estimate as to the time allowed and cost of repair.

AUTO-1035Basic Metal Working - Practical
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In this section, the student exercises theoretical knowledge of metal straightening on various damaged projects which also provide the opportunity to develop practical skills in metal straightening, shrinking, filling, and proper use of tools.

AUTO-1036Basic Refinishing Preparation - Practical
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In this segment, the students will be able to prepare panels for refinishing using the proper products, equipment, and procedure. This would include spraying undercoats, using polyester putty, and leveling.

AUTO-1051Basic Machine Shop
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-1054Machine Shop Theory
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Shop knowledge and basic manufacturing skills are required by person working in mechanical trades.

Through theoretical instruction and a series of practical shop demonstrations, learners will be exposed to techniques that will better equip them to deal with challenges present in their respective trade. In providing an introduction to the basics of manufacturing, the course will contribute to the development of the learners’ analytical, mechanical and cognitive skills.

Topics covered in the course include:

  • Basic Metallurgy
  • Precision measurement tools
  • Basic Blueprint Reading Principles
  • Bench Tools
  • Component Assembly
  • Power Cutting Tools
  • Threads
  • Grinding
  • Math Calculations

AUTO-1055Refinishing & Top Coating - Theory
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In this segment, the students will be able to apply top coats used in the trade today to refinish a complete vehicle and to do spot repairs. Personal protection and safe handling of hazardous products is emphasized.

AUTO-1066Vehicle Construction - Theory
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Students will be able to remove and replace bolt-on functional and non-functional parts.  Also, the students will become familiar with the different types of body and frame design and construction.

AUTO-1067In-Industry Training - 1
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Students are placed in body shops where they are exposed to the actual demands of the trade in a true work environment where there are pressures such as speed and in some cases confined space. It is the intent of this segment that by actually working or helping in shops, they will have a more realistic view of what will be expected of them upon entering this field of work.

AUTO-1070Safety
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Students will be taught personal, shop, and environmental safety, as well as safety procedures in the handling of hazardous materials and the use of tools.

AUTO-1071AC-043 Accreditation for Level 1
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-1072Handtools/Powertools
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Students will be able to identify, select, use, and maintain hand and portable power tools required for the repair of motor vehicles. Instruction in safe usage of both hand and power tools is stressed in this segment.

AUTO-1101Related Math
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-1114Flexible Panel Repair (Plastics) - Practical
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Students, upon completion, will be able to repair flexible components as well as make repairs to fiberglass components of automobile and truck bodies.

AUTO-1115Frame Damage Diagnosis - Practical
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Students will be instructed in the use of frame measuring equipment to identify different frame damages and how they relate to poor body fits. Also, students will be able to interpret a repair estimate as to time allowed and cost of repair.

AUTO-1307Refinishing & Top Coating - Practical
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In this segment, the students will be able to apply top coats used in the trade today to refinish a complete vehicle and to do spot repairs. Personal protection and safe handling of hazardous products is emphasized.

AUTO-1494Flexible Panel Repair (Plastics) - Theory
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Students, upon completion, will be able to repair flexible components as well as make repairs to fiberglass components of automobile and truck bodies.

AUTO-1509Frame Damage Diagnosis - Theory
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Students will be instructed in the proper use of frame measuring equipment to identity various types of frame damage and how they relate to poor body fits.

AUTO-1545Hardware, Glass & Trim - Practical
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This segment covers the removal and replacement of auto glass, door components, and interior trim.

AUTO-1546Hardware, Glass & Trim - Theory
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This segment covers the removal and replacement of auto glass, door components, and interior trim.

AUTO-1583Hydraulics, Principles & Equipment - Theory
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The student will acquire the knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles upon which basic hydraulic systems are based.

AUTO-2001Live Work Prep and Refinish
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-2002Live Work Final Assembly, Detailing, Fit And Finish
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-2003Live Work Advanced Metal Working
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-2004Live Work Basic Metal Working
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(No description available at this time)

AUTO-2033In-Industry Training - 2
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Students are placed in body shops where they are exposed to the actual demands of the trade in a true work environment where there are pressures such as speed and in some cases confined space. It is the intent of this segment that by actually working or helping in shops, they will have a more realistic view of what will be expected of them upon entering this field of work.

AUTO-3004Advanced Metal Working & Rust Repair Theory
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Students will be repairing more severe and complicated sheet metal damage involving the use of hydraulic equipment to make a corrective force and pull and develop metal shaping skills in forming and installing rust repair patches.

AUTO-3116Advanced Metal Working & Rust Repair Practical
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Students will be repairing more severe and complicated sheet metal damage involving the use of hydraulic equipment to make a corrective force and pull and develop metal shaping skills in forming and installing rust repair patches.

AUTO-9000Collision Repair & Refin - Learn Access
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(No description available at this time)

COMM-1272Communication
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Students will learn the foundations of effective communication in the workplace, including interpersonal skills, oral presentations, and basic technical writing. The job search module includes the preparation of a trade-specific resume and cover letter, the development of effective interview skills, and the exploration of professional presence online (individual and corporate).

SAFE-1028WHMIS
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The Workplace Hazardous Materials System (WHMIS) is a system for ensuring that important information about hazardous products is communicated where products are used, stored and handled. This course provides Information necessary to understand and interpret information about hazardous products, including pictograms (symbols), labels and Safety Data Sheets.

SCIE-1013Basic Autobody Electrical Principles 1 Theory
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(No description available at this time)

SCIE-1014Basic Autobody Electrical Principles 2 Practical
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(No description available at this time)

SCIE-1016Related Science
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SEMR-9209General Safety Training
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This General Safety Training (GST) teaches basic general safety content to arm students with the core information necessary for them to protect themselves in workplaces on all descriptions. Although some examples may consider Manitoba legislation, this course has been developed by occupational safety and health professionals using generic information that is not provincially specific.

WELD-1018Gas Welding
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Students will learn safe working procedures with different welding techniques. Also, students will learn practical application of gas and MIG welding systems and gas and plasma cutting techniques.

WELD-1019MIG Welding
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Students will learn safe working procedures with different welding techniques. Also, students will learn practical application of gas and metal inert gas (MIG) welding systems and gas and plasma cutting techniques.

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