Introduction to Collision Service

Provided by: Ivy Tech

Learn about the operating and general maintenance systems of the modern automobile and study the basics of collision repair in the automotive industry.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify proper shop safety practices while in the labs.
  • Identify tools & fasteners used in automotive repair.
  • Identify and explain how the automotive repair industry is structured.
  • Identify and explain operation of the 8 major systems of the automobile,
  • Identify and explain what EPA, CAFÉ and NHTSA regulations are and how they affect the automotive industry.
  • Identify and perform basic service and maintenance procedures.
  • Attain readiness to take Shop Key Pro exam.
  • Attain readiness to take SP/2 Collision Safety exam.
  • Attain readiness to take SP/2 Pollution Prevention exam.
  • Attain readiness to take EPA 6H exam.
  • Attain readiness to take IDEM 326 IAC8-10 exam.
  • Attain readiness to take ICAR Pro Level I Non-Structural and Refinish Certification exam.

Recommended Background

  • Program Advisor Approval.

Course ID

AUBR 100


Fort Wayne - Terre Haute


Ivy Tech


Method of Delivery

Face to Face

Estimated Effort

8 Weeks


$149.55 per Credit Hour