Auto Collision

Auto Collision and Automotive Refinishing 
 
The Auto Body Pathway will prepare students for entry level positions in the auto body industry, providing students with the theory and practical knowledge necessary to develop a degree of skill that will make them employable in an auto body shop or related occupation. There is a continuous demand for qualified individuals in the body repair business. Many individuals will specialize in either painting or body repair. The instruction in Auto Body covers theory and practice of preparing vehicles for repainting, including dent removal, welding, panel straightening, major collision and shop management. Upon completion of this program housed on the ECO campus, students will receive a Certificate in Automotive Refinishing and progress toward an Associate in Applied Science degree in Auto Body from San Juan Community College.


 Read about the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Jeep Project
 
 SEMA & Santa Fe ECO Jeep Build
 SFPS and SEMA Joint Press Release
 SEMA Press Release
 
Students in Auto Tech and Collision built up a new Jeep Wrangler provided by the Specialty Equipment Market Association during the 2017-2018 school year. The Jeep was auctioned off and the proceeds will be invested back into the program for future projects. Read about this project, visit the SEMA website, and look at the list of product sponsors on the menu to the left.



BEFORE
Jeep Wrangler with Chris and student

AFTER
Rendering of Jeep

               Contact instructor Chris Coriz for more information E: ccoriz@sfps.k12.nm.us T: 505-467-2833

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