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Auto Body and Collision Technician Apprenticeship
Auto Body and Collision Technician Apprenticeship

Auto Body and Collision Technician Apprenticeship

  • ID:OC10108
  • Level:1-Year Post-Secondary Certificate
  • Duration:
  • Intake:
  • Type:Full-time

Fees (CAD)

  • Application Fee:$100.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$14,656.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$500.00
  • Application Fee:$100.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$14,656.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$500.00
Estimated Total/program:
$25,256.00
Apply
60
Accept letter
100
Visa
20
Fly
1

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

  • Registered as an apprentice with ITA BC.

  • Must be working for an employer with at least one qualified journeyperson.

Course Information

Apprenticeship Description

Auto Body and Collision Technicians repair and restore damaged motor vehicles, assess body damage and develop repair estimates and repair plans.

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Level 1 Program Outline

  • safety

  • tools and equipment

  • oxygen/acetylene welding

  • mig welding

  • sheet metal repair

  • plastics and composites

  • surface preparation

  • auto body construction components

Level 1 Program Outline

  • perform safety-related functions

  • use tools and equipment

  • use welding equipment

  • organize and use documentation

  • use communication and mentoring techniques

  • remove and install vehicle components

  • prepare surfaces

  • use repair materials and equipment

  • apply refinishing materials

  • remove, repair and install metal panels and components

  • remove, repair and install plastic and composite panels and components

  • detail exterior

Level 2 Program Outline

  • mig welding

  • sheet metal repair

  • plastics and composites

  • mechanical components

  • Level 2 Program Outline

  • use tools and equipment

  • use welding equipment

  • organize work and use documentation

  • use repair materials and equipment

  • apply refinishing materials

  • perform post refinishing functions

  • remove, repair and install metal panels and components

  • remove, repair and install plastic and composite panels and components

  • apply corrosion protection and sound deadening materials

  • remove, install and repair structural and laminated glass

  • remove and install non-structural glass, repair and replace interior components

Level 3 Program Outline

  • structural repair

  • suspension and steering

  • insurance and industry liaison

Level 3 Program Outline

  • use tools and equipment

  • use welding equipment

  • organize work and use documentation

  • perform final inspection

  • prepare for structural repair

  • remove, repair and install structural components

  • deactivate and reactivate alternate fuel systems

  • remove and install mechanical components

  • remove, repair and install electrical and electric components

  • service supplemental restraint systems

Level 4 Program Outline

  • use tools and equipment

  • organize work and use documentation

  • use communication and mentoring techniques

  • perform final inspection

  • prepare for structural repair

  • remove, repair and install structural components

  • remove and install mechanical components

  • remove, repair and install electrical and electronic components 

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

500 CAD/year

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