Training/ Skills You will Learn
  • Damage analysis

  • Welding and cutting

  • Plastic repair

  • Structural and non-structural repair

  • Mechanical and electrical introduction

  • Painting and refinishing

  • Repair Rusted Out Panel


Our Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program provides the detail-minded student with the technical knowledge and skills, character, and work ethic necessary to begin a rewarding career in this fast-paced, high-tech industry. The dynamic and challenging curriculum provides students a great opportunity to work on both “live” and training vehicles with cosmetic and serious structural damage. In the process, students hone their skills in welding, cutting, surface preparation, painting, refinishing, plastic repair, abrasives, solvents, and estimation.

The curriculum also includes a basic introduction to automotive mechanical and electrical systems. Our state-of-the-art virtual painting program allows students to practice painting and refinishing techniques in an eco-friendly learning environment. Graduates are eligible for one year of credit toward the two-year work requirement necessary for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) collision repair technician certification.

Program Breakdown by Grade Level

Career Opportunities

With a High School Degree Auto Body Repairer Salaries: $24,470 per year

With a 2 Year College Degree Auto Body Technician Salaries: $45,630 per year

With a 4 Year College Degree Repair Technician Salaries: $70,670+ per year