The Collision Repair Program at Dixie Tech is aligned with the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR). Upon successful completion of the program, students will be eligible for I-CAR ProLevel testing through I-CAR's Professional Development Program. The collision repair courses will provide instruction in the fundamentals of repairing vehicles damaged in a collision. Special attention will be given to steel and aluminum panel repair, replacement and alignment, glass replacement and alignment, and MIG welding steel and aluminum. Students will also learn about squeeze-type resistance spot welding, structural measuring, structural straightening, heating and cooling systems, air conditioning, electrical circuits, restraint systems, suspension systems, antilock brakes and traction control systems. The refinishing courses will provide students with instruction in surface preparation and masking, spray gun operation, detailing, paint mixing, paint application, spot repair and blending techniques. In addition, students will learn about corrosion protection, refinishing equipment, worker protection, hazardous materials, damage analysis, estimating and refinishing.