2018/2019 Competency-Based Task/Competency List for Auto Body Technology I (8676/36 weeks, 140 hours)
Tasks/competencies when marked as such; they and/or additional tasks/competencies may be taught at the discretion of the school division. All other tasks are considered essential statewide and are required of all students.are considered optional
Demonstrating Workplace Readiness Skills: Personal Qualities and People Skills
Demonstrating Workplace Readiness Skills: Professional Knowledge and Skills
- Demonstrate effective speaking and listening skills.
- Demonstrate effective reading and writing skills.
- Demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrate healthy behaviors and safety skills.
- Demonstrate an understanding of workplace organizations, systems, and climates.
- Demonstrate lifelong-learning skills.
- Demonstrate job-acquisition and advancement skills.
- Demonstrate time-, task-, and resource-management skills.
- Demonstrate job-specific mathematics skills.
- Demonstrate customer-service skills.
Demonstrating Workplace Readiness Skills: Technology Knowledge and Skills
Examining All Aspects of an Industry
- Examine aspects of planning within an industry/organization.
- Examine aspects of management within an industry/organization.
- Examine aspects of financial responsibility within an industry/organization.
- Examine technical and production skills required of workers within an industry/organization.
- Examine principles of technology that underlie an industry/organization.
- Examine labor issues related to an industry/organization.
- Examine community issues related to an industry/organization.
- Examine health, safety, and environmental issues related to an industry/organization.
Addressing Elements of Student Life
- Identify the purposes and goals of the student organization.
- Explain the benefits and responsibilities of membership in the student organization as a student and in professional/civic organizations as an adult.
- Demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student organization activities, such as meetings, programs, and projects.
- Identify Internet safety issues and procedures for complying with acceptable use standards.
Preparing for Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair
- Pass S/P2 (Safety Pollution and Prevention) safety exams.
- Analyze damage to determine procedures for overall repair.
- Remove and replace exterior trim and moldings.
- Remove and replace interior trim and components.
- Remove and replace non-structural body panels and components that may interfere with or be damaged during repair.
- Remove and replace all vehicle mechanical and electrical components that may interfere with or be damaged during repair.
- Protect panels, glass, and parts adjacent to the repair area.
- Clean the vehicle, using a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)-compliant solvent.
- Remove corrosion protection, undercoatings, sealers, and other protective coatings necessary to perform repairs.
- Remove and replace repairable composites and other components that are recommended for off-vehicle repair.
- Store parts and materials to prevent loss and damage.
- Demonstrate safe use and operation of tools common to the collision repair industry.
- Explain vehicle parts, assemblies, and fasteners used in the collision repair industry.
Repairing the Outer Body Panel
- Remove and replace hood, hood hinges, and hood latch.
- Remove and replace deck lids, hatches, and tailgates, including hinges and latches.
- Remove and replace doors, hinges, and related hardware.
- Remove and replace bumper bars, covers, reinforcement guards, isolators, and mounting hardware.
- Remove and replace front fenders, headers, and other panels.
- Straighten damaged panels for body filling or metal finishing.
- Restore corrosion protection (e.g., undercoatings, sealers).
- Explain procedures for removing and replacing door skins.
- Restore sound deadeners and foam materials.
- Explain procedures for attaching a panel, using bonding material.
Applying Metal Finishing and Body Filling
- Remove paint from the damaged area of a body panel.
- Repair surface irregularities on a damaged body panel.
- Demonstrate hammer and dolly techniques.
- Heat- and cold-shrink stretched panel areas to specified contour.
- Mix body filler.
- Shape body filler during curing.
- Rough- and finish-sand cured body filler to contour.
- Explain metal-straightening techniques for aluminum.
Repairing Moveable Glass and Hardware
Practicing Metal Welding and Cutting
- Identify weldable and non-weldable materials used in collision repair.
- Explain procedures for welding high-strength steel and other steels.
- Explain procedures for welding aluminum.
- Identify the components of a GMAW (MIG) welder.
- Set up the GMAW (MIG) welder.
- Identify high-pressure gas cylinder safety procedures.
- Explain the various position welds.
- Protect adjacent panels, glass, and vehicle interior from welding and cutting operations.
- Protect computers and other electronic control modules during welding procedures.
- Prepare the metal to be welded.
- Determine the joint type for various types of welds.
- Determine the type of weld for each specific welding operation.
- Perform continuous, stitch, tack, plug, and butt welds with and without backing, and fillet.
- Perform destructive tests on each weld type.
- Identify the causes of various welding defects.
- Perform cutting operation for various materials and locations.
- Identify different methods of attaching non-structural components.