Outcome-based 20/FA Course Syllabus
Course Rubric-Number-Section:ABDR-1203-1003
Credit:2
Contact Hours:
  • 1 hr - Online (DL2)
  • 2 hrs - Lab
CIP Code:47.0603
Course Title:Veh Design/Structural Analysis
Course Description:An introduction to the collision repair industry with emphasis on safety, professionalism, and vehicle structural design.
Prerequisites:None
Co-requisites:None
Course Meets:
Online
Lab:
Wednesday 8:00AM to 9:50AM
Building: 1TTC room 120
Instructor: Jannifer Stimmel
Office Phone Number:
Email Address: jjstimmel@tstc.edu
Office Fax Number:
Building & Office Room Number:
Office Hours:
 
Approved by: Clint CampbellDate: 2020-08-14
Course Outcomes
CO1: Identify the safe use of tools
CO2: Identify the safe use of equipment
CO3: Demonstrate metric measuring competencies
CO4: Demonstrate Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) measuring competencies
CO5: Demonstrate shop safety practices
 

TSTC Grading Policy

(Grades for courses must be C or better)

Grade Percent Description Grade Points
A 90-100 Excellent/Superior Performance Level 4
B 80-89 Above Required Performance Level 3
C 70-79 Minimum Required Performance Level 2
D 60-69 Below Required Performance Level 1
F Below 60 Failure to meet Performance Requirements 0
IP -- In Progress  
W -- Withdrawal 0
CR -- Credit 0
AUD -- Audit of Course 0
See College Catalog for complete descriptions.

Competencies Rating Scale

Rating Scale Key      
6 90+ Proficient Student consistently performs the task accurately to industry standards without supervision.
5 80-89 Proficient Student performs the task to industry standards with no supervision.
4 70-79 Proficient Student performs the task to industry standards with little supervision. This is the minimum performance rating for STAR skill completion.
3 60-69 Exposed/Not Proficient Student has been introduced to the task and can perform some of the tasks to industry standards.
2 50-59 Exposed/Not Proficient Student has been introduced to the task, but cannot perform the task to industry standards.
1 0-49   Student was absent or did not complete assignment.

Campus Standard Policies

The Student Handbook contains valuable information on campus policies and procedures.

  • Student Code of Conduct
  • Student Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy
  • Plagiarism
  • Student Grievances and Complaints

Access and Learning Accommodations

(formerly Disability Services)

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Texas State Technical College is committed to ensuring educational access to its students and promotes full participation in it’s programs, services, and course requirements.

Qualified students with disabilities are encouraged to access these services by contacting the Access and Learning Accommodations office to discuss their needs for accommodations.

Students reserve the right to request services at any time during the semester, however, instructors are not allowed to provide classroom accommodations to a student until appropriate verification from the Access and Learning Accommodations office has been provided.

For information, please contact the Access and Learning Accommodations office in a timely manner.

Statewide contact information: 
Email: adarequest@tstc.edu
Phone #: 254.867.3842

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Resources
Tools, Materials:
ItemResource Quantity
1NIOSH approved Safety Glasses (Clear)1
2Pens (Blue or Black)1 Pkg
3Pencils #2 Lead1 Pkg
4Tablet or Notebook1
5Laptop or Personal Computer with Internet Access (For COVID-19 related access to instructional material)1

 

Grade Scheme
Category Description Category Value   
LECTURE 33.33%   
Assessment Label: Assessment Description Assessment Value
(SP/2) Safety Program:Safety and Pollution Prevention Training: Student will complete the Personal Safety, Environment, Lifting it Right, and Interview/Resume Modules in the online SP/2 Program2.38%
I-CAR: HWD01e:(Intro Series) Hazardous Material Storage and Disposal2.38%
I-CAR: ICM00e:(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Construction Materials 2.38%
I-CAR: IMT01e:(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 1 2.38%
I-CAR: IMT02e:(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 22.38%
I-CAR: IMV00e:(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Repair Terms and Vehicle Protection 2.38%
I-CAR: IPS00e:(Intro Series) Introduction to Personal Safety2.38%
I-CAR: IRP00e:(Intro Series) Intro to Collision Repair Process Overview 2.38%
I-CAR: IRT00e:(Intro Series) Intro to Industry Repair Terms 2.38%
I-CAR: ISS00e:(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Safety Systems 2.38%
I-CAR: ITM02e:(Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 2 2.38%
I-CAR: ITM01e:(Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 1 2.38%
I-CAR: IVT01e:(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 1 2.38%
I-CAR: IVT02e:(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 2 2.38%
Category Description Category Value   
LAB 33.34%   
Assessment Label: Assessment Description Assessment Value
OBJECTIVE 1: SAFETY TEST:(LAB) Lab Safety Test covering information received in lab safety orientation.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 2: LIFTING POINTS WORKSHEET:(LAB) Identify correct lifting points.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 3: LIFT INSPECTION:(LAB) Perform lift inspection. Complete monthly lift inspection sheet.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 4: SHOP SAFETY INSPECTION:(LAB) Perform Shop Safety Inspection.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 5: SAFETY DATA SHEET:(LAB) Assist in building a complete Safety Data Sheet for each lab in the ACM Program.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 6: PRODUCT LABELS:(LAB) Apply correct product label to each product found in each lab within the ACM Program.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 7: TOOL I.D. TEST:(LAB) Complete Tool I.D. Test 2.78%
OBJECTIVE 8: RIVETS & SCREWS:(LAB) Demonstrate proper removal and installation techniques for rivets and screws.2.78%
OBJECTIVE 9: MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET:(LAB) Complete the Measurement Worksheet2.78%
OBJECTIVE 10: LIQUID MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET:(LAB) Complete the Liquid Measurement Worksheet2.78%
OBJECTIVE 11: VEHICLE COMPONENTS:(LAB) Identify body and frame components2.78%
OBJECTIVE 12: SHOP FLOOR PLAN:(LAB) Construct shop floor plan.2.78%
Category Description Category Value   
FINAL 33.33%   
Assessment Label: Assessment Description Assessment Value
MID-TERM EXAM:Comprehensive exam covering previously assigned chapters.7.11%
LAB PERFORMANCE EXAM:Lab performance exam on all skills that have been learned Week 1 through Week 10.11.11%
FINAL EXAM:Complete comprehensive exam covering entire semester course materials15.11%
Total Assessment Percent          100.00%
Total Category Percent 100.00%
A = 100-90 B = 89-80 C = 79-70 D = 69-60 F = 59-0


Description of Graded Elements of the Course
Assessment Label Assessment Description/Course outcomes met Assessment Value
in Percent
% of Final Grade
(SP/2) Safety ProgramSafety and Pollution Prevention Training: Student will complete the Personal Safety, Environment, Lifting it Right, and Interview/Resume Modules in the online SP/2 Program
Course outcomes met: CO5, CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4
2.382.38%
OBJECTIVE 1: SAFETY TEST(LAB) Lab Safety Test covering information received in lab safety orientation.
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO2, CO1, CO4, CO5
2.782.78%
I-CAR: IRT00e(Intro Series) Intro to Industry Repair Terms
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO1, CO2, CO5, CO3
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IPS00e(Intro Series) Introduction to Personal Safety
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO4, CO1, CO2, CO5
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IRP00e(Intro Series) Intro to Collision Repair Process Overview
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5
2.382.38%
OBJECTIVE 2: LIFTING POINTS WORKSHEET(LAB) Identify correct lifting points.
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO2, CO1, CO5, CO4
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 3: LIFT INSPECTION(LAB) Perform lift inspection. Complete monthly lift inspection sheet.
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO5, CO1, CO2, CO3
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 4: SHOP SAFETY INSPECTION(LAB) Perform Shop Safety Inspection.
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO1, CO5, CO4, CO3
2.782.78%
I-CAR: HWD01e(Intro Series) Hazardous Material Storage and Disposal
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO1, CO2, CO5, CO3
2.382.38%
OBJECTIVE 5: SAFETY DATA SHEET(LAB) Assist in building a complete Safety Data Sheet for each lab in the ACM Program.
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO5, CO1, CO3, CO4
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 6: PRODUCT LABELS(LAB) Apply correct product label to each product found in each lab within the ACM Program.
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO3, CO1, CO5, CO2
2.782.78%
I-CAR: IMT02e(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 2
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO5, CO1, CO2, CO4
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IMT01e(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 1
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO5, CO2, CO1, CO3
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IMV00e(Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Repair Terms and Vehicle Protection
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO2, CO1, CO5, CO4
2.382.38%
I-CAR: ISS00e(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Safety Systems
Course outcomes met: CO4, CO5, CO1, CO2, CO3
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IVT02e(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 2
Course outcomes met: CO3, CO5, CO1, CO2, CO4
2.382.38%
I-CAR: IVT01e(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 1
Course outcomes met: CO5, CO4, CO1, CO2, CO3
2.382.38%
OBJECTIVE 7: TOOL I.D. TEST(LAB) Complete Tool I.D. Test
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO4, CO3, CO5, CO1
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 8: RIVETS & SCREWS(LAB) Demonstrate proper removal and installation techniques for rivets and screws.
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO5, CO3, CO4, CO2
2.782.78%
I-CAR: ICM00e(Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Construction Materials
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5, CO1
2.382.38%
OBJECTIVE 9: MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET(LAB) Complete the Measurement Worksheet
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO5, CO4, CO3, CO2
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 10: LIQUID MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET(LAB) Complete the Liquid Measurement Worksheet
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5, CO1
2.782.78%
I-CAR: ITM01e(Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 1
Course outcomes met: CO5, CO4, CO3, CO2, CO1
2.382.38%
I-CAR: ITM02e(Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 2
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO1, CO3, CO4, CO5
2.382.38%
MID-TERM EXAMComprehensive exam covering previously assigned chapters.
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5
7.117.11%
OBJECTIVE 11: VEHICLE COMPONENTS(LAB) Identify body and frame components
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO5, CO4, CO3, CO2
2.782.78%
OBJECTIVE 12: SHOP FLOOR PLAN(LAB) Construct shop floor plan.
Course outcomes met: CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5, CO1
2.782.78%
LAB PERFORMANCE EXAMLab performance exam on all skills that have been learned Week 1 through Week 10.
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5
11.1111.11%
FINAL EXAMComplete comprehensive exam covering entire semester course materials
Course outcomes met: CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4, CO5
15.1115.11%
  100.00100.00%

Description of Graded Elements of the Course:

Student test assessments will be graded on the ability to choose the correct answer in regard to multiple choice questions, test questions that require a missing word and brief statements.

Performance assessments are designed to enhance the student’s level of competency based on the course outcomes and expectations of the industry. 

Students cannot advance to the Lab Performance Exams until the required practice labs are completed and ALL Practice Labs and Performance Labs must be complete before Course Comprehensive Final Exam will be administered.

Safety Procedures

Students are required to participate in a safety lecture prior to performing in the laboratory portion of the course. A written test will be given to each participating student covering the presented safety materials. Students must complete the safety test with 100% accuracy prior to receiving lab assignments.

 
All lecture and laboratory safety rules and regulations will be followed in every detail. Failure to comply with this policy will result in dismissal from class until further notice.
Acceptable Attire:
 
  • NIOSH approved with clear safety glasses will be worn at all times
  • Full-toed shoes (no slippers, sandals, flip-flops, or bare feet)
  • Full length pants (must extend past ankles)
  • Pants must fit around waist within 3 inches of belly button
  • Shirts (no sleeveless or tank tops)
  • Shirts with and without buttons can be worn with instructor approval on neck opening exposure
  • Clothing must be reasonably snug fitting (not excessively loose, baggy, torn)
  • An inappropriate slogan on clothing is not acceptable.
  • Jogging clothes, sweats, or warm-ups are not acceptable.
  • Appropriate headgear
  • The Instructor has the final authority concerning matters of dress
Classroom and Lab Behaviors
 
  • Smoking in classrooms, laboratories and shops are prohibited
  • Smoking is permitted only in designated areas
  • Smoking is prohibited within 20 feet of a building, when permitted
  • Smoking is prohibited within the fenced area surrounding the ACM Labs.
  • The consumption of drinks, candy and other food items is restricted to lounge areas
  • Eating or drinking in laboratories are hazardous because of the toxic nature of lab materials being handled
  • No horseplay at any time
  • Be responsible – Be a professional

Auto Collision and Management Participation Policy

A student is expected to attend and participate during the scheduled period of instruction (online lecture and lab). This begins with the first scheduled class day of the term and continues to the last scheduled class day of the term. The student who chooses to consistently participate in class discussions and activities sets themselves to be highly successful. The class and lab activities are designed to develop skills necessary to thrive in the collision repair industry. Skills can only be developed by discovery, observed demonstration, time to try and time to increase neurological and muscle growth. Each student has purchased and set aside time to develop knowledge and skills to be successful in this industry. Make every effort to get everything possible from this time.

If a student happens to complete assigned objectives ahead of schedule the instructor and the lead instructor/department chair will discuss and plan activities to continue the growth of these skills. Take advantage of every opportunity to grow as a technician.  The Auto Collision Department is dedicated to developing highly trained entry level technicians with the skills and knowledge to advance at a rapid pace.

But, life happens. In these situations handle it properly. Students should call in and leave word with the instructor or someone in the office. If possible let the instructor know beforehand, so he can work with you and be better prepared to help keep you caught up. Schedule appointments outside of class time when possible. Provide documentation of the events when possible so that accurate records are kept and integrity is never questioned. Make sure to take responsibility of any make up work and adjust lab work to meet project deadlines. Always be honest and straight forward. When life happens, work through it.

Daily, Weekly, Assignments and Participation Grades:
 
A class participation grade will be taken each and every class day. The quiz or assignment will be the participation grade if given. Otherwise, 25 will be given for attending and being on time. A 12.5 will be given if you are tardy. An unexcused absence will earn a grade of “ZERO”. The Midterm and Final Exams will include the participation grade for those days. 25% of the exam grade will be deducted if you are tardy. A grade of “ZERO” will be earned if you have an unexcused absence.

Tardiness

When a student arrives or leaves after participation record (role) has been taken it becomes the student’s responsibility to alert the instructor of his/her arrival or departure and confirm that the proper update has been made in the student participation record. If the instructor fails to document the arrival or departure it is the student’s fault. This has to be this way especially in the lab environment because the instructor does not keep his participation record on his person at all times. 

Leaving the lecture or lab early without proper notice could become a safety issue and needs to be taken very seriously. In an emergency situation each student must be accounted for. 

Please, out of respect for first responders, instructors and classmates who may go back into a dangerous situation to get you out, let the instructor know when you leave.

Any earned non-participation time will be recorded, tallied and included in the 10% non-participation policy.

Each Tardy will be 1% addition of non-participation to the non-participation policy.

2 tardies will be counted as 1 absence for the course.

Late Work/Test Policies
 
All students are required to be present for class. However, unexpected circumstances will occur. If a student has an excused absence, death or illness in the immediate family, the student must notify the instructor of record immediately. If a test is missed, the instructor has to give permission for makeup. The missed test must be made up before the next scheduled period of instruction.
 
An excused absence only allows for makeup of missed assignments or test. The absence is recorded. Excused absences are determined by the instructor.
 
Assignments are due at the beginning of class of the set due date. Late assignments will not be accepted and a grade of “zero” will be earned for said assignment. Students who prior contacted the instructor may be considered excused.
 
I-CAR Assignments: I-CAR Assignments are due the week following the date assigned. Each I-CAR Assignment completed after the required completion date and time will be deducted 10% off of the final score for the assignment for each week it is late. Failure to complete the assignment within the first 3 weeks of the assigned date will result in a 0 as the final grade for that assignment. If the instructor is contacted PRIOR to an absence, the instructor may take the absence into account and issue an extension on the assignment. 
Pop Tests
 
Can be given at any time by the instructor and are not make up items.
Exemptions
 
Students can be exempted from a final exam if:
A.    Lecture average is 90 or above
B.     Attendance is perfect
C.     Assignments are completed and turned in
Cell Phone Policy
 
Cell phones may be brought into the classroom or lab. However, they must be in the off or vibrate setting.
 
As instructors, we understand that cell phones can be used in an educational manner which is considered appropriate for this class. The instructor reserves the right to determine if cell phone usage is appropriate for the classroom or lab setting at any given time.
 
Anyone failing to adhere to this policy will be dismissed from class and issued a non-participation grade (absence) for that period of instruction.
Cleanup Policy
 
Each student is expected to participate in cleanup activities once the date has been identified.
 
Students with unexpected circumstances can be excused by the department chair only.
 
TSTC school calendar identifies the end of the semester. Student break begins the day after.

 

Course Schedule
Unit/
Week
Unit Description/Objectives Assessment Label:Description Due Date
1Week 1: Introduction of Course Syllabus and Requirements
 
  • Summarize the contents of the course syllabus as discussed in students orientation.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
GETTING STARTED & WEEK 1
(SP/2) Safety Program: Safety and Pollution Prevention Training:
Student will complete the Personal Safety, Environment, Lifting it Right, and Interview/Resume Modules in the online SP/2 Program
WEEK 2
OBJECTIVE 1: SAFETY TEST: (LAB) Lab Safety Test covering information received in lab safety orientation.WEEK 1
2Week 2: Safety
 
  • Describe the different aspects of shop safety.
  • Recognize the different types of safety hazards within the shop environment.
  • Apply the knowledge gained of proper safety procedures to address any safety issues within the shop environment. Adopt the "If you see something, Say something" mentality when addressing shop safety.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 2
I-CAR: IRT00e: (Intro Series) Intro to Industry Repair Terms WEEK 3
I-CAR: IPS00e: (Intro Series) Introduction to Personal SafetyWEEK 3
I-CAR: IRP00e: (Intro Series) Intro to Collision Repair Process Overview WEEK 3
OBJECTIVE 2: LIFTING POINTS WORKSHEET: (LAB) Identify correct lifting points.WEEK 3
OBJECTIVE 3: LIFT INSPECTION: (LAB) Perform lift inspection. Complete monthly lift inspection sheet.WEEK 3
OBJECTIVE 4: SHOP SAFETY INSPECTION: (LAB) Perform Shop Safety Inspection.WEEK 3
3Week 3: Safety Data Sheet
 
  • Describe the different characters and methods of label warnings.
  • Recognize the different types of hazardous wastes generated in a collision repair facility; discuss the regulations for handling hazardous waste.
  • Apply the proper procedures for handling and storing all hazardous materials in the collision and refinishing shops.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 3
I-CAR: HWD01e: (Intro Series) Hazardous Material Storage and DisposalWEEK 4
OBJECTIVE 5: SAFETY DATA SHEET: (LAB) Assist in building a complete Safety Data Sheet for each lab in the ACM Program.WEEK 4
4Week 4: Product Labels
 
  • Identify and describe the different types of products and chemicals used in a collision repair facility.
  • Apply knowledge of chemicals and products to correctly label each found in a collision repair facility.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 4
OBJECTIVE 6: PRODUCT LABELS: (LAB) Apply correct product label to each product found in each lab within the ACM Program.WEEK 4
5Week 5: Product Labels Continued (If Applicable)
 
  • Identify and describe the different types of products and chemicals used in a collision repair facility continued.
  • Apply knowledge of chemicals and products to correctly label each found in a collision repair facility continued
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 5
I-CAR: IMT02e: (Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 2WEEK 6
I-CAR: IMT01e: (Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Systems Terminology Part 1 WEEK 6
I-CAR: IMV00e: (Intro Series) Intro to Mechanical Repair Terms and Vehicle Protection WEEK 6
6Week 6: Power Tools and Equipment
 
  • Identify and describe the different types of equipment found in a collision repair facility.
  • Identify and describe the different types of tools found in a collision repair facility.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 6
I-CAR: ISS00e: (Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Safety Systems WEEK 7
I-CAR: IVT02e: (Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 2 WEEK 7
I-CAR: IVT01e: (Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Parts Terminology Part 1 WEEK 7
OBJECTIVE 7: TOOL I.D. TEST: (LAB) Complete Tool I.D. Test
WEEK 6
OBJECTIVE 8: RIVETS & SCREWS: (LAB) Demonstrate proper removal and installation techniques for rivets and screws.WEEK 6
7Week 7: Specifications and Measurement in Collision Repair
 
  • Perform structural analysis using various measuring equipment.
  • Explain the types of measurements required for paint mixing and vehicle dimensional measuring.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 7
I-CAR: ICM00e: (Intro Series) Intro to Vehicle Construction Materials WEEK 8
OBJECTIVE 9: MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET: (LAB) Complete the Measurement WorksheetWEEK 7
OBJECTIVE 10: LIQUID MEASUREMENT WORKSHEET: (LAB) Complete the Liquid Measurement WorksheetWEEK 7
8Week 8: Mid-term Exam
 
  • Recall information previously discussed Week 1 through Week 7.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 8
I-CAR: ITM01e: (Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 1 WEEK 9
I-CAR: ITM02e: (Intro Series) Intro to Tools, Equipment and Attachment Methods Part 2 WEEK 9
MID-TERM EXAM: Comprehensive exam covering previously assigned chapters.WEEK 8
9Week 9: Vehicle Construction and Terminology
 
  • Identify the differences between Space Frame, Body Over Frame (BOF), and a true unibody vehicle.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 9
OBJECTIVE 11: VEHICLE COMPONENTS: (LAB) Identify body and frame componentsWEEK 9
10Week 10: Shop Layout and Design
 
  • Identify the major work areas of a typical collision repair facility.
  • Identify the workflow in a typical collision repair facility.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 10
OBJECTIVE 12: SHOP FLOOR PLAN: (LAB) Construct shop floor plan.WEEK 13
11Week 11: Lab Only
 
  • Student will use all knowledge and skills acquired Week 1 through Week 10 and apply it to live projects in the Lab setting.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 11
12Week 12: Lab Only
 
  • Student will use all knowledge and skills acquired Week 1 through Week 10 and apply it to live projects in the Lab setting.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 12
LAB PERFORMANCE EXAM: Lab performance exam on all skills that have been learned Week 1 through Week 10.WEEK 12
13Week 13: Lab Only
 
  • Student will use all knowledge and skills acquired Week 1 through Week 10 and apply it to live projects in the Lab setting.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 13
14Week 14: Final Exam
 
  • Demonstrate competency level understanding of material covered in course Week 1 through Week 14.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 14
FINAL EXAM: Complete comprehensive exam covering entire semester course materialsWEEK 14
15Week 15: OEM Manufacturer Demonstration ******* If Available Due To COVID-19 Restrictions*******
 
  • Participate in Toyota specific training and demonstration provided by Kevon Kleibrink Collision Training Specialist with Gulf States Toyota.
MOODLE OBJECTIVES:
(Complete activities for each section)
WEEK 15