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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Brake SystemsThe student will learn different designs of brake systems, will be able to identify all brake parts and understand how brake systems function.1NoneABCT2150View
Electrical and Electronic SystemsAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to correctly diagnose and repair electrical problems following a collision. Understanding electrical systems used to restore vehicles to pre-accident condition is stressed in this course.2NoneABCT2146View
Refinishing of PlasticsVehicle plastics must be refinished following repairs. Often a specific plastic may require special preparation of primers to get the paints to bond. The technician must be familiar with various refinishing procedures to refinish automotive plastics. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.1NoneABCT2140View
Padded Dash RepairsFollowing a collision, foam filled dash pads or padded instrument panels may be dented or torn. The technician will understand the procedures to repair this damage to restore the vehicle to pre-accident condition.1NoneABCT2130View
Plastic Identification and Repair DecisionWith the increased use of plastics by vehicle manufacturers, technicians and appraisers are making decisions on whether to repair or replace damaged parts. With an understanding of the unique issues involved in deciding to repair or replace a plastic part, the technician will now be able to make the best decision.1NoneABCT2115View
Creating a Computerized Damage ReportThere are many computer systems available today on a wide range of different computers. Like manual estimates, computer estimates are still written by a person and must also follow the rules of the system being used. Understanding the computer is important to check its accuracy and completeness for the repairs.1NoneABCT2110View
Straightening Structural Parts IIWhen applying corrective forces, a technician must understand what property changes take place in the metal. When metal is bent its grain structure is changed and when grain structure is changed, the metal is stressed and may be weakened.1ABCT2051ABCT2060View
Panel Replacement and Restoring Corrosion ProtectionThe student will learn how vehicles are manufactured which will allow them to understand crush factors in accidents. The student will learn how to restore the vehicles to pre-accident condition as proper procedures for panel replacement will control all safety features of the vehicles such as air bag deployment and seat belt operation. The student will learn the proper techniques that will be required in the welding processes as there are different metals within the structure which require different welding methods. The student will understand the different corrosion protection methods on interior and exterior panels.4ABCT1160, ABCT2000, ABCT2006, and ABCT2051ABCT2055View
Damage Analysis and Straightening Structural PartsThe students will learn how to look for all types of damage in all vehicle designs including hidden damages that are often overlooked in the estimating process. Furthermore, the student will straighten structural parts through the use of pulling and anchoring systems that have different characteristics from different manufactures. Also, the student will become familiar with different anchoring and pulling systems in the normal collision repair operation.4ABCT1155, ABCT1160, ABCT2150, and ABCT2190ABCT2051View
Restraint SystemsThis course will teach theory and practical applications of automotive restraint systems along with diagnosis and service.1NoneABCT2040View