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A GATEWAY ACADEMY
Automotive students are encouraged to join Skills USA.
Open to all School District No. 25 students.
All classes are held at ISU College of Technology which is on a Semester System.
 Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.
Students are responsible to provide their own transportation if traveling to ISU.
There is no free parking at ISU.
Students will have to purchase an ISU student parking permit.

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Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Pathway

Automotive Collision Repair Courses

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98151 Introduction to Collision Repair Safety – ISU 12
ACRR 0101 Introduction to Collision Repair Safety
The orientation and application of tool safety, shop practices, and shop equipment theories. Industry needs and standards will be addressed. Students will gain knowledge of proper use of equipment, tools, and safety that meet or exceed industry standards.
 

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98152 Introduction to Welding for Collision Repair – ISU 12
ACRR 0102 Introduction to Welding for Collision Repair
Orientation to mild steel, automotive sheet metals, basic oxy-acetylene, MIG welding, plasma air arc cutting, equipment, tools, and safety.  Prepare students to perform basic welding processes and techniques including the application of mild steel, wire feed welding, automotive sheet metals, basic oxy-acetylene, MIG welding, and plasma air arc cutting. Students will gain knowledge and proper use of equipment, tools, and safety that meet or exceed industry standards.
 

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981531 Introduction to Welding for Collision Repair Lab – ISU 12    
ACRR 0103 Introduction to Welding for Collision Repair Lab
Prepare students to perform basic welding processes and techniques including the application of mild steel, wire feed welding, automotive sheet metals, basic oxy-acetylene, MIG welding, and plasma air arc cutting. Students will gain knowledge and proper use of equipment, tools, and safety that meet or exceed industry standards.
 

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98154 Fundamentals of Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing – ISU 12
ACRR 0104 Fundamentals of Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing
Fundamentals of basic metal finishing including the use of plastic filler. Safety rules and procedures will be emphasized. "Right to Know" laws, OSHA guidelines, DEQ rules, and safe handling of hazardous materials are stressed. 
 

Automotive Collision Refinishing Pathway

Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Pathway

Automotive Collision Refinishing Courses

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98155 Detailing and Polishing – ISU 12
ACRR 0105 Detailing and Polishing
This course covers the practical application of detailing and polishing fundamentals including that of pre-wash, paint defect identification, exterior polishing, interior renovation, environmental hazards, proper use of detailing equipment, and PPE. Gain knowledge of general safety and health practices, including the use of chemicals and detailing products.  
 

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98156 Minor Collision Repair Theory – ISU 12
ACRR 0106 Minor Collision Repair Theory
Basic theory in metal finishing and minor body repair. This includes straightening and prepping sheet metals, the proper use of plastic body fillers, abrasives, sanding techniques, and air tools. Remove and install necessary trim and hardware to facilitate repair procedures.  
 

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981561 Minor Collision Repair Lab – ISU 12
ACRR 0107 Minor Collision Repair Lab
Practical application of metal finishing and minor body repair. This includes straightening and prepping sheet metals, the proper use of plastic body fillers, abrasives, sanding techniques, and air tools. Remove and install necessary trim and hardware to facilitate repair procedures. 
 

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981581 Fundamentals of Auto Collision Repair Lab – ISU                                                                        12     
ACRR 0108 Fundamentals of Automotive Collision Repair Lab
Focus will be given to completing practical exercises in refinishing (application of paint) single or multiple vehicle components and customer vehicles in a lab setting.