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Program Details: Collision Repair

The Collision Repair program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in collision repair shop operations, materials handling, and safety practices. Students will be introduced to basic operations in many areas of the collision repair industry with a focus on entry-level position skills. Students will gain basic understanding of safety practices, tool and equipment usage, maintenance, basic repair processes and procedures, damage assessment, metal repair, structural re-alignment, welding techniques, paint preparation, painting, and detailing. Students will also experience structural and plastic repair techniques. In addition, students will gain knowledge of the mechanical and electrical components of late-model automobiles and experience a well-balanced mix of classroom lecture, lab, and shop activities for hands-on, real-life practice.
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Career Pathway: Automotive Painter, Collision Repair Technician, Damage Appraiser
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Collision Repair

Location: Main Campus  

Monday through Friday

7:00 - 11:00 am
(Adult Only)
12:00 - 2:35 pm
(High School/Blended)
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Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)