Auto Body and Collision Technician Apprentice Level 2 (ACAP 2002)
Students learn about vehicle construction and components, corrosion protection, complex sheet metal repair and door skin replacement, aluminum MIG welding and panel repair, and refinishing environments and materials. A focus is placed on workplace organization and repair planning throughout the course.
Students achieving a VCC grade of 70% or greater are eligible for the ITA Standardized Written Exam. The VCC training grade is blended with the ITA Exam mark at 80%/20% to determine an overall final grade.
Students achieving a blended grade of 70% or greater are eligible to:
- receive ITA Technical Training credit for Auto Body and Collision Technician Level 2
- advance to Auto Body and Collision Technician Level 3
PrerequisitesStudents must be registered with the Industry Training Authority of BC (ITA) and have received an Apprentice Identification number; and have completed: Automotive Collision Refinishing Common Core Level 1 (Harmonized), or Automotive Collision and Refinish Foundation (Harmonized), or Automotive Collision Repair Technician Level 1 (pre-April 2021)*, or Automotive Collision Repair Foundation Certificate (pre-April 2021)* *Note: Students transitioning from the pre-April 2021 MVBR program are subject to a co-requisite for this course: Please refer to Course Co-requisites.
CorequisitesStudents transitioning from the pre-April 2021 MVBR program (Automotive Collision Repair Technician Level 1 or Automotive Collision Repair Foundation Certificate) are subject to a gap-training module as a co-requisite for this course: This 14-hour module may include online self-study material and additional face-to-face instruction, and must be successfully completed during this course.
* Fees are approximate and subject to change. Students are required to pay any applicable fee increases. Fees listed are for domestic students. For international programs, visit VCC International.
† This information is intended as a guideline only. Program and course details are subject to change with the approval of VCC's Board of Governors.