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Trade & Industrial Education
TI00282
Auto Collision Mechanical Systems
75.00
In this course the students will become knowledgeable in the mechanical areas that can be affected by collision damage. These areas will include: brakes, fuel, intake, exhaust and drive trains. Students will learn to identify and how to remove and replace damaged components. Students will learn that sometimes components have to be removed to gain access to collision damage, such as the drive train system to repair or replace structural components.
John Day
405-743-5146
jday@okcareertech.org
This is a course laid out to assist the employee and
employers on aligning the needs of each.

Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics Career
Cluster Resources
http://www.careerclusters.org/resources/ClusterDocuments/tdldocuments/TDLFinal.pdf

ASE/NATEF:
Collision Repair & Refinish Standards
ASE:
Collision Repair and Refinish Series - Mechanical and Electrical
Components

NOCTI: Collision Repair Technology

NOCTI:
Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology
ICAR
CIMC
http://www.okcimc.com/

I-Car Enhanced Delivery
http://www.ed-foundation.org/
No
Yes
Yes
No
Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Automotive Collision Repair Body Mechanical/Electrical Technician