2022-2023 College Catalog

Automotive Collision Repair Assistant II TCC

Automotive Collision Repair Assistant II TCC (Major Code: AZ51)

Program Description

The Automotive Collision Repair Assistant II certificate program is an advanced certificate option a student can complete after finishing the Automotive Collision Repair Assistant I program. Topics covered include collision repair tools and equipment, hydraulic systems, damage analysis and estimations, frame straightening, and conventional/unibody structural panel repairs and replacement.


Career Information


Automotive Body and Related Repairers

Career Projections

The number of jobs in this field is expected to increase by 10% nationally and 40% in the State of Georgia over the next several years. Estimated salaries in this field start at $36,000 a year.
Labor market data was compiled using Economic Modeling Specialists, international and is updated annually.

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Admission Requirements

General College Admissions Requirements

Program Contact Information

Joseph Little

Automotive Collision Repair Instructor

Academic Building C2314




Cosell Locklin

Automotive Collision Repair Instructor

Academic Building C2314



Program Length and Cost

Minimum Program Length in Semester Terms: 3 terms

Credit Hours:27

Estimated Program Cost: $4,926

Required Courses


Occupational Courses - (27 Credits)

ACRP 1000Introduction to Auto Collision Repair


ACRP 1005Automobile Component Repair and Replacement


ACRP 1010Foundations of Collision Repair


ACRP 1015Fundamentals of Automotive Welding


ACRP 2010Major Collision Repair


ACRP 2015Major Collision Replacements


Total Credit Hours: 27

Program Outcomes

1. Graduate should follow a methodical estimation and repair process while working in any collision repair shop.
2. Graduate should display ability to seek and use technical information during collision repair processes.
3. Graduate should display competence in vehicle refinishing tasks.
4. Graduate should pursue update training to maintain current knowledge on vehicle systems, components, and finishes.
5. Graduate should communicate knowledgeably and professionally with peers and customers regarding all repairs.