Auto Collision Repair
The ACR program does not offer classes in the summer. Classes are only offered fall, winter, and spring terms.
Next offering of AB 116 Painting I will be Fall 2014.
Prospective Auto Collision Repair students:
Program Information Sessions
Degrees and Certificates Offered
There are no prerequisites for this program.
All ACR certificate and degree students MUST begin with Auto Body Basic Skills (AB 100; 12credits; full-time; 12:30-6pm MTWR).
All one-year certificate in Painting students MUST begin with Auto Painting I (AB 116; 12 credits; full-time 12:30-6pm MTWR).
Required Tools List
Auto Collision Repair AAS degree and certificates Auto Collision Repair Tool List
Painting certificate Auto Painting Tool List
A variety of vendor lists with student discounted prices are available in the ACR tool room (Building 2 Room131) inside the shop. Michael Avdeef (503-614-7229) runs the tool room year round. Also, your instructor will discuss the required tool list with you on the first day of class.
Tool Vendors: click HERE for a partial list of local vendors.
Steps to Registration
1. PCC Admissions
2. PCC College Placement Test (not required, but is highly recommended). If English is not your native language, click here for information about the placement test for ESL students.
3. PCC Orientation
4. Register for classes ONLINE.
Students register themselves online via their MyPCC account. Registration is first-come, first-served. Please the PCC Academic Calendar for registration date/time details.
* ACR's Department Website
Trade Act Students:
If you are a student receiving benefits from a Trade Act program, I am more than happy to assist you in mapping out the required classes and expenses for your degree or certificate program. However, please note that Your Trade Act Representative is the only person who can approve your educational plan. Also, please check with your Trade Act Representative if you are unsure of what benefits are available to you or how to access those benefits (I do not have access to that information).
For more information on Trade Act, please go to Worksource Oregon's Trade Act page.
Often Trade Act students are asked to find out information about wages and job positions. Oregon's Labor Market Information System (OLMIS) can be helpful in obtaining this information. To go to their website, please go to www.qualityinfo.org.
Trade Act students should follow the "Getting Started" steps listed above on this page. If you need further help or have additional questions, please feel free to contact me. Since Trade Act paperwork often takes significant time to complete, it is highly advisable to make an appointment with me rather than dropping by.