Mr. William Bacon firstname.lastname@example.org teaches this program.
Students will study automotive design and construction. Laboratory work includes surface preparation, panel replacement, welding, detailing, and painting. Students are trained in estimating, costing, and scheduling. As "smart" vehicles rely more on sophisticated systems, highly qualified collision repair technicians will find employment not only in automotive sales and repair facilities but also in insurance, information management, and related occupations. Students will be exposed to “hands-on” live-work that is the equivalent of the work found in repair centers. The program will also afford students the chance to work on special projects that range from police vehicles to a variety of race cars.
Certifications available to the successful Collision Repair Technology student include:
- ASE Certification
- Heartsaver AED, CPR & First Aid
- ICAR Points
- OSHA Certification
Section 609 certification for Refrigerant Recycling & Recovery
For information on where students can earn college credits, click here Collision Repair Link