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Auto Body Technology
CONTACT

Don McNabb
Teacher
P:
(315) 253-0361 ext. 5619

Rhonda Warn
Teacher Assistant


For additional information contact your high school guidance counselor.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Auto Body Program will prepare students for employment in the automotive body repair field. It focuses on training in the repair and/or replacement of damaged metal and glass in vehicles. While learning these skills, students will get hands-on experience in straightening bent frames, removing dents, welding torn metal, replacing parts and refinishing.
 
PROGRAM CONTENT     BENEFITS     POTENTIAL CAREERS

Basic Refinishing:

  • Spray Guns & Spray Booth Maintenance
  • Compressors—Air Supply Equipment
  • Surface Preparations
  • Surface Refinishing
  • Paint Touch-ups
  • Paint Identification & Color Matching

Welding & Cutting:

  • Oxy-acetylene Equipment Operation
  • Plasma Cutting
  • Welding Procedures & Techniques
  • Welding Supplies & Materials
  • MIG Welding
  • Spot Welding

Body Construction

  • Tools & Equipment
  • Body Shop Safety & Customer Liability
  • Body on Frame & Unibody/Damage Analysis and Repair

Applied Body Repairs

  • Metal Straightening & Fabrication
  • Panel Replacement
  • Plastic & Fiberglass Repair
  • Auto Glass Replacement

Shop Management

  • Procurement of Supplies & Parts
  • Equipment & Tool Management
  • Damage Estimating
  • Employee & Work Scheduling
 

Portfolio

All second-year students will complete a Career and Technical Education Portfolio that exhibits necessary elements for CTE Endorsement and demonstrates competencies in Auto Body
Technology.


Internship Experiences

Students can participate in an internship experience where they will apply their knowledge while working with professionals in authentic career settings. Students will have an opportunity to dialog with practitioners via guest presentations while developing professional insights and future educational plans.

 

Articulation Agreements/College Credit

  • Ohio Technical College
  • SUNY Alfred State
  • Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Cayuga Online-Cayuga Community College
  • Integrated Math Credit
 

With BOCES training:

  • Body Helper
  • Paint Preparer
  • Auto Detailer
  • Paint Technician
  • Body Technician

With additional training:

  • Frame & Auto Body Specialist
  • Body Shop Supply Store / Customer Service Representative
  • Field Representative for Automotive Paint Company
  • Shop Estimator
  • Shop Owner
  • Automobile Insurance Claim Adjuster
  • Auto Body Computer Program Designer

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INFORMATION

DEPARTMENTS


PROGRAMS

Brian K. Hartwell, Ed.D.
District Superintendent of Schools


1879 West Genesee Street Rd.
Auburn, NY 13021
Phone: (315) 253-0361
www.cayboces.org







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