COLRF-CT Collision Refinishing

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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AUTO-1007Electrical Fundamentals
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AUTO-1017Collision Refinishing Project
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Repair and refinish live work projects.

AUTO-1073Refinishing Equipment - Theory
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Identification and description of Hand, Power Tools, and Refinishing Equipment.

AUTO-1074In-Industry Training 1
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Work experience in a collision repair facility, commercial or industrial business.

AUTO-1075In-Industry Training 2
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Second work experience in a collision repair facility, commercial or industrial business.

AUTO-1077Detailing Vehicle
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Removing of paint defects by polishing of topcoats, application of pin stripping and decals, final clean up of vehicle for customer delivery.

AUTO-1078Refinishing Equipment - Practical
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Operation of, trouble shooting, maintaining and servicing of equipment.

AUTO-1079Trim/Parts Sheet Metal Repairs Theory
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Identification of and vehicle components, removal and installation comprehension of minor sheet metal repairs.

AUTO-1080Trim/Parts Sheet Metal Repairs Practical
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Performing trim and part removal and installation. Correcting minor sheet metal repairs.

AUTO-1081Surface Prep and Apply the Finish Theory
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Preparing various types of substrates, various masking methods, corrosion protection and types of undercoats.

AUTO-1082Surface Prep & Apply Finish Practical
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Preparing surfaces for application of primers and corrosion protection.

AUTO-1083Understand/Apply Auto Finishes Theory
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Masking, blending, understanding of various types of topcoats, retrieval and mixing of colour information and products.

AUTO-1084Application of Topcoats - Practical
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Application of various types of topcoats, masking and minor blending techniques, duplicating factory finishes.

AUTO-1452Estimating
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Topics covered are interpretation of estimate sheets, work orders, crash manuals, V.I.N, paint manufacturers, product manuals, service manuals, and spid labels.

COMM-1987Related Communications
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MATH-1156Related Math
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SAFE-1041Safety
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Topics covered include requirements of the trade and WHMIS.

SEMR-9104Introduction to Basic Computers
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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.

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