|Auto Collision I|
This industry-certified program will teach you how to perform automotive vehicle body repair and refinishing skills such as panel replacement, metal straightening, welding and automotive painting. You will bring damaged vehicle components to their original condition using state-of-the-art equipment and technology in the automotive lab. These skills can lead to excellent jobs as an estimator, body repair technician, refinishing technician, or employment in a shop office or insurance claims office.
Introduction to Collision Repair
Introduction to collision repair is the prerequisite to all other courses in the collision repair pathway. Employment opportunities in the collision repair field will be explored. In this course you will be exposed to all areas of collision repair and automotive refinish such as safety, refinishing, metal repair, plastic repair, automotive construction, and estimate reading and writing. Basic skills in all of the above mentioned areas will be taught.
Painting and Refinishing I
Painting and Refinishing I is the first course in the painting and refinishing strand of the collision repair that will teach you the skills and knowledge to obtain a career in the automotive refinish industry. You will learn theory, as well as hands on application in a project based setting. This training will give successful completers basic skills and knowledge to obtain an entry level job in the automotive refinish field.
Painting and Refinishing II
Painting and Refinishing II is the second course in painting and refinishing strand of the collision repair pathway that will teach you skills and knowledge to obtain a career in the automotive refinish industry. You will learn theory, as well as hands on application in a project based setting. This training will give successful completers basic skills and knowledge to obtain an entry level job in the automotive refinish field.
Auto Collision II
This program is available to Seniors who have successfully completed all the requirements for Auto Collision I. Courses include:
- Energy and Power Technology
- Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair I
- Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair II
Schools Offering a Career Pathway in this Program
- Paint & Autobody Technician
- Shop Manager
- Shop Owner
- Equipment & Supply Salesperson
- Aircraft & Equipment Painter
|TOP COLLEGE PROGRAMS|
North Georgia Technical College
South Georgia Technical College
Universal Technical Institute
Nashville Auto Diesel College