Industry certification, Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree and above, Employment, Measurable skills gain
Method of Delivery
The Collision Repair Technology program is designed to develop knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the collision repair industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn the proper use of tools and equipment, automobile design, drive train systems, front wheel suspension, metal straightening techniques, repair of plastic body panels, repair and replacement of moveable and stationary glass, MIG welding and body panel replacement, measuring and straightening of unibody and conventional frames, paint refinishing and color matching, final detailing and basic mechanical repairs that relate to collision work. Students will learn removal and installation of electrically operated components and repair such as windows, dash equipment, seats, and radios. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the program’s Collision Repair Club.
Program Length (Weeks)
WIOA Approved Program
Curriculum Competency Based
90% hands-on training
40 - REG-1 WIB 1-5
Type of Attainment:
Name of Credential
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
State and Federal
Refunds are based on 16-week semesters.
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - I-CAR and NATEF
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$13,964.00 3,491.00 per semester
$25,992.00 6,498.00 per semester
Supplies/Materials/Hand Tools (not included in tuition)
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost