Automotive Collision Repair Technology is designed to begin to prepare students for the field of collision repair, including painting, frame specializing, collision estimating and surface and trim repair and replacement. By learning damage analysis and estimation introduces students to positions with insurance companies and other agencies whose purpose is to prepare cost estimates of vehicular damage.
Students have an opportunity to earn Certificates of Proficiency in three areas: Body and Frame Alignment, Auto Painting, and Damage Analysis and Estimation.
Students are encouraged to further their training by enrolling in a post-secondary Collision Repair Technology program upon completion.
This program promotes leadership development, community involvement, and personal growth through SkillsUSA.
The Collision Repair program is accredited by the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR).
Courses of Study:
For more information contact Michael Hill, Instructor of Collision Repair at (501) 812-2855 or e-mail [email protected].