To provide students with the appropriate training to obtain a quality entry-level position in the collision repair industry.
The Collision Repair Technology Diploma, based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) curriculum developed by the National Automotive Technical Education Foundation (NATEF) and I-CAR, prepares students for careers in the collision repair industry. Students learn to use hand and power tools to prepare and finish paint-damaged surfaces, repair and replace metal, glass, and electrical components, straighten and repair damaged frames, use modern collision estimating and parts look-up software, and perform basic electrical/electronic troubleshooting and repair of the complex systems in today’s automobiles. The basic program covers 1258 hours in two sixteen-week terms and two five-week summer terms. The second five-week summer term is a 160 hour internship program where students apply program knowledge in a real workforce setting.
Two Semesters and Two Summer Term
*tuition subject to change without notice