Jan 23, 2020
2017-2018 Catalog and Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Collision Repair & Refinish Technology, AAS
Upon completion of an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Collision Repair & Refinish Technology, a student will be able to:
Science & Technology
- Match interests to employment area.
- Match aptitudes to employment area.
- Identify short term work goals.
- Match attitudes to a job area.
- Match physical capabilities to a job area.
- Demonstrate a drug-free status.
- Repair non-structural body components.
- Repair structural body components.
- Repair auto refinish systems.
- Repair body electrical systems.
- Repair auto body mechanical and suspension systems.
- Demonstrate estimating and customer relations skills.
Problem Solving/Critical Thinking
- Clarify purposes and goals.
- Identify the problem.
- Employ reasoning skills.
- Assess employer and employee responsibility in solving a problem.
- Evaluate options.
- Estimate results of implemented options.
- Set priorities.
- Identify solutions to the problem and their impact.
- Select and implement a solution to a problem.
- Prioritize and organize workloads.
- Assess business image and products/services.
- Identify positive behavior.
- Identify company dress and appearance standards.
- Participate in meetings.
- Identify work-related terminology.
- Identify how to treat people with respect.
- Value individual diversity.
- Respond to praise or criticism.
- Provide constructive praise or criticism.
- Channel and control emotional reactions.
- Identify style of leadership used in teamwork.
- Match team member’s skills and group activity.
- Work with team members.
- Complete a team task.
- Evaluate outcomes.
- Identify established rules, regulations and policies.
- Practice cost effectiveness.
- Practice time management.
- Assume responsibility for decisions and actions.
- Exhibit pride.
- Display initiative.
- Demonstrate willingness to learn.
- Identify the value of maintaining regular attendance.
- Apply ethical reasoning.
- Identify safety and health rules/procedures.
- Demonstrate the knowledge of equipment in the work place.
- Identify conservation and environmental practices and policies.
- Act during emergencies.
- Maintain work area.
- Identify hazardous substances inthe work place.
- Identify steps in applying for a job.
- Locate employment opportunities.
- Identify job requirements.
- Identify conditions for employment.
- Evaluate job opportunities.
- Prepare a resume.
- Write job application letter.
- Complete job application form.
- Prepare for job interview.
- Complete state and federal tax forms.
- Complete employees withholding allowance certificate form W-4.
- Communicate orally with others.
- Use telephone etiquette.
- Prepare written communication.
- Follow written directions.
- Ask questions about task.
- Demonstrate basic keyboarding skills.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of computing.
- Recognize impact of technological changes on tasks and people.
- Identify the elements of the job transition.
- Formulate transition plan.
- Exhibit ability to handle stress.
- Recognize need to change or quit a job.
- Write a letter of resignation.
- Describe responsibilities of employee.
- Describe responsibilities of employer or management.
- Investigate opportunities and options for business ownership.
- Assess entrepreneurship skills.