Program Description
The Collision Repair program prepares students for a career in the auto finishing/ auto body repair field. It combines technical, academic and workplace skills in an integrated curriculum in accordance with all National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) directives.

Possible Certifications and College Credits
Students may earn up to 10-16 college credits from the Community College of Baltimore County at Catonsville and Pennsylvania College of Technology (Penn College) towards an Automotive Technology AAS Degree or an Automotive Technology Two-Year Certificate. After completion of the AAS Degree, students may earn an Automotive Technology Management BS Degree from The NATEF end of program assessment provides students the opportunity to also earn the ASE student achievement recognition certification.

Course Sequence
Safety and Procedures
Estimating and Blueprinting
Non-Structural Analysis
Structural Analysis
Painting and Refinishing
Quality Control and Job Placement

Sample High School Schedule 

 9th Grade  10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade
 1 Elective

Safety Procedures   

Non-Structural Analysis

Painting & Refinishing 

 2 Health/Fitness For Life Requirement Estimating & Blueprinting Structural Analysis Quality Control and Job Placement
 3 Fine Arts Requirement Financial Literacy Elective
Elective
 4 Science Requirement Science Requirement Science Requirement Science Requirement
 5 History Requirement History Requirement History Requirement Elective
 6 English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement English Requirement
 7 Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement Math Requirement
8 Technology Education Requirement Elective Elective Elective

 

Graduation Requirement  CTE Completer Pathway  Elective

 

Schools with this Program
North Point High School