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Technical Programs

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing

Who Can Enroll

High School Students & Adults

Automotive collision technicians are trained in automotive body repair and refinishing. Repair damaged bodies and parts of vehicles by straightening, removing dents, and replacing damaged auto body parts. Train to become a Collision Non-structural Repair & Refinishing Technician, and prepare to take the I-CAR Certification.

Avg. Oklahoma Salary

Automotive Body and Related Repairers

Hourly Annually
$8.49 - $30.41 $17,650 - $63,260
Career Paths
  • Collision Non-Structural Repair & Refinishing Technician
Education Path

Associate or bachelor’s degree in automotive technology, engineering, business, or other related field.

Student Organizations


Prerequisites - None