If you've ever wanted to know how to turn a damaged vehicle into something that looks like new, this could be the program you're looking for. Through classroom instruction and work on customers' vehicles, you'll learn the skills you'll need for this career area:
- Non-structural repair
- Plastic repair
- Weld-on panel replacements
- Vehicle refinishing
- Frame and structural repair
- Paint technology
- Mechanical systems repair
In all course activities, you'll find an emphasis on safety. The latest, most advanced equipment and repair techniques are used. Your classes will incorporate I-CAR curriculum, and you may be I-CAR certified when you successfully complete the program.
Employment opportunities are best for people with formal training in automotive body repair and refinishing. The number of vehicles on the road is increasing, leading to a need for people to repair damaged vehicles. This program could be the training you need to prepare for a rewarding career!
This program is certified by the National Institute for Automotive Services Excellence in the areas of painting and refinishing, nonstructural analysis and damage repair, structural analysis and damage repair, and mechanical and electrical components.