A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
Adult and High School Students
Automotive collision technicians are trained in automotive body repair and refinishing. Students in this program learn how to repair damaged bodies and parts of vehicles by straightening, removing dents and replacing damaged auto body parts. Develop skills to become a Collision Non-structural Repair & Refinishing Technician, and prepare to take the I-CAR Certification. Train in a modern, updated facility with industry-standard tools and equipment. The industry standard curriculum and experiences help prepare students to complete the program with student ASE certifications.
Restore the beauty of the original exterior by applying professional techniques of metal and plastic fabrication and refinishing
Operate the same advanced collision repair and painting equipment as industry professionals
Assess, estimate, repair, and recondition a wide range of vehicles using advanced welding, sanding, and painting techniques