CCC 210: Custom Auto Body Technician I
In this course, students who are interested in specialty car markets will build on experiences in prerequisite courses to evaluate their skills, while learning the techniques and applications of the design and building of custom cars. Students will learn to install and modify many aftermarket products such as hinge kits, remote door openers, custom enclosures, interior modifications and the process used to achieve show car quality sheet metal fit and finish. Teamwork, establishing project guidelines, time management, developing problem-solving skills, goal setting and the achievement of these goals will be emphasized. This course contains material previously taught in CCC 200 and CCC 240.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ABR 123 and ABR 124, minimum grade "B"; ABR 113 or ABR 135, minimum grade "B"
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