Instructor: Keith Stachowicz Paraprofessional: Andrew Paulsen|
Auto Body & Collision Repair I
The Technical Center offers a comprehensive Auto Body program. Students will leave the program having attained entry-level job skills or with the necessary background to enroll in advanced post-secondary programs. Tasks are performed on state of the art equipment utilizing advanced technological techniques. While enrolled in the Auto Body program, students will be exposed to a variety of Auto Body Technolgy processes including: Uni-body damage repair, dent removal, and panel replacement, plastic repair, welding techniques, suspension and collision diagnostics, custom painting, restorations and more. Students are encouragd to work in both group and individual settings where the skills they acquire can be mastered. If you enjoy working on cars and are intested in a high paying job in this fascinating field, enroll in the Auto Body program at the Dickinson-Iron Technical Education Center.
Auto Body & Collision Repair II
Prerequisite: Auto Body I
This course is offered for students seeking to learn advanced skills in preparation for post secondary education or employment as an Auto Body Technician. In some cases students will be placed on a work-based learning site where they will learn from local body shop employers in addition to the advanced training they will receive as a member of this program.
Earn up to 4 credits at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College