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Employer Survey - ACRA

 

Employer Questionnaire

Automotive Collision Technology (AS)


Thank you for your interest in our online survey. We would like your feedback about the quality of the degree program from which you hired a New England Tech graduate.

Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey. As you will see the survey asks you to evaluate the program and not to evaluate an individual employee. Your response will enable us to assess the strengths of the college's program and to continue to improve it in the future.

If you have any questions or would prefer to speak with me about the survey or the program, please call me at (401) 739-5000 or 1-800-736-7744.

Sincerely,
Patricia Blakemore, Director of Career Services


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The Associate in Science degree in Automotive Collision Repair Technology (ACR) identifies the abilities listed below as important to success in the field. Please respond to the statements below rating each one with the level of your agreement.
 

Upon graduation from the ACR program, the graduate was able to:

1. Show concern for safety while working in the Collision Repair Lab.
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2. Identify on sight tools and equipment used in the Collision Repair field. 
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3. Choose the correct materials to be used in the repair of modern vehicles.  
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4. Demonstrate a sense of responsibility by wearing proper work attire and attend class completing assignments on time.
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5. Understand the different types of spray guns and air compressors used in the collision repair industry. 
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6. Understand the mix ratios and related additives for primers, sealers, and topcoats used in automotive refinishing. 
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7. Gain an understanding of the process used to prepare the surface for undercoat and topcoat application. 
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8. Demonstrate an ability to cut and weld components.
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9. Diagnose and analyze unibody vehicle dimensions using a tram gauge, mechanical or electronic equipment. 
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10. Remove creases and dents using power tools and hand tools to restore damaged areas to proper contours and dimensions. 
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11. Determine the extent of damage to structural steel body panels; repair or replace.
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12. Convey written information clearly and effectively in a socially acceptable manner that is easily understandable to others.
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13. Express ideas and messages orally to others in a clear, concise and effective manner.
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14. Identify causes, problems, patterns or issues and explore workable solutions to improve situations.
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