Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center
Cultivating Career Ready Citizens Through Education, Empowerment, & Employment
Mr. Shaun Spradlin
Auto Body I/II Instructor
Off-Site Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
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Auto Body Technology I/II
In the global automobile collision repair industry, there is a growing demand for qualified auto body technicians. In this course, students are taught damage analysis, estimating, customer service, non-structural analysis, damage repair, and welding. Students work with a variety of materials, using metal finishing and body filling techniques to prepare surfaces and repair panels. Students who successfully complete this program sequence may be eligible to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification examinations.
Auto Body Technology I/II are closely aligned with the 2016 ASE Education Foundation collision repair and refinish program standards.