Auto Collision Technologies:
The auto collision technology program is designed to teach students the skills and knowledge required to repair and restore vehicles that have been damaged in accidents or collisions. The curriculum includes both classroom instruction and hands-on training in the use of tools and equipment commonly found in auto body repair shops.
Students enrolling in the auto collision technology program can expect to learn about the various types of damage that can occur to vehicles in accidents, as well as the techniques used to assess and estimate the cost of repairs. They will also learn how to use various hand and power tools, such as hammers, grinders, welders and spray guns, to repair dents, scratches, and other types of damage.
In addition to technical skills, students in the auto collision technology program will also learn about the importance of safety in the workplace. This includes learning about personal protective equipment, safe work practices, and the proper handling of hazardous materials such as paints, solvents, and other chemicals commonly used in auto body repair shops.
The auto collision technology program will provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to pursue a career in the automotive repair industry. Graduates of these programs may find work in auto body shops, dealerships, or other businesses that specialize in vehicle repair and restoration.