There’s more to the automotive industry than what makes a motor run. The Collision Repair Technology program focuses on ensuring exceptional exteriors. From learning how to provide proper repair estimates to gaining the skills to get the job done, students in this program become familiar with the ins and outs of the repair industry. With several areas of study to choose from, students have the opportunity to specialize in combination collision repair, refinishing or non-structural repair.
Non-Structural Repair Technician Erase the damage from minor accidents as a non-structural repair technician. Learn how to evaluate and then fix a vehicle’s dents and dings! In this program, you’ll remove damaged fenders and panels, mix polyester resin and hardener and then learn how to file, grind and sand repaired surfaces to restore dents and […]
Refinishing Technician Bring back the shine to damaged vehicles as a refinishing technician! Learn how to work with estimators to appraise damaged vehicles and determine repair vs. replacement costs. Get hands-on experience in the lab preparing vehicle surfaces for minor damage repairs, matching color, priming and mixing paint and top coating for vehicles. The skills […]
Combination Collision Repair Technician Learn how to bring back the beauty of a damaged vehicle as a combination collision repair technician. From removing dents and dings to replacing and refinishing, this career covers everything that keeps automobiles looking like they just pulled off the showroom floor. Learn how to use a variety of tools ranging […]
Advanced Collision Repair and Refinishing You’ll spend the first part of this program mastering everything from structural repairs to painting to refinishing. Working on various hands-on projects in the garage at Tech you’ll learn how to fix the big dents and dings and the tiny details such as handles, moldings and trim. Be prepared to […]