A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing
MNTC's Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing Program prepares students to complete non-structural collision repair and automotive refinishing, damage analysis, non-structural and minor dent repair, plastics repair, along with painting and refinishing. Students will learn to use tools in repairing damage, and, removing and installing handles, moldings, trim, and bolted body parts. The program also includes painting preparation, sanding processes, color matching and adjusting color, removing and installing glass, and the process of written estimates. This program is aligned with ASE/NATEF standards and ASE certification.
Students who successfully complete this program have opportunities to become employed by Moore, Norman, and Oklahoma City Metro automotive shops and companies.
- Who can attend?
- Class Times
- Credentials Available
- Gainful Employment
- Start Date: August, October, January
- Days: Monday - Friday
- A.M. Hours: 9:15 - 12:25
- NPS 9:15 - 12:05;
- MPS 9:35 - 12:25
- P.M. Hours: 1:15 - 4:10
- NPS: 1:15 - 4:10
- MPS: 1:15 - 4:10
- Evening Hours: N/A
- Adults can choose to attend A.M. and/or P.M. sessions.
- High school students can attend half day, A.M. or P.M., to be decided during career advisement session.
- ASE CRR Certifications (after two years Technology Center training and one year apprenticeship)
- Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair (ASE Student)
- Painting & Refinishing (ASE Student)
- Safety & Pollution Prevention Training (S/P2)
- Completion & Positive Placement Rate
- Potential Occupations
- Potential Wages
- Career Profile
- On-Time Adult Completion Rate: For more information contact the MNTC Data Management Coordinator
- Positive Placement Rate: 100.0%
Positive Placement Rate includes Military, Continuing Education and all Employment, related or not related. The rate information provided below is based on the most current data available.
A: No, students can only take one long-term program at a time.
A: No, you do not have to have a high school diploma to apply. However, not having a diploma may affect your ability to apply for financial aid.
A: Refer to the "Potential Occupations" tab above.
A: Refer to the "Credentials Available" tab above.