Program of Study
Students will receive training in the proper procedures using automotive refinishing equipment and material in surface preparation and application. Topics include shop safety, design and construction, structural analysis and measurement, equipment structural glass, repair techniques and other related topics.
Highlights of the program include:
- Hands on learning in:
- Plastic repair
- Structural Damage repair
- Non-Structural Damage
- Custom Design & Fabrication
- Mechanical & Electrical
Students will be prepared for entry level position in the autobody repair and refinishing industry at dealerships, parts counters, auto paint shops and custom and refurbishing shops.
Jobs in the Industry:
- Painters Helper
- Body Repair Technician
- Frame Repair Technician
- Body Shop Management – Service Manager, Parts Manager, Service Writer, etc.
Piedmont Triad Salary Ranges: $29,080 to $70,100
Hourly Ranges: $13.98 to $33.70
Projected Growth 2019-29 (State)*: Average (5% to 10%)
Projected Job Openings 2019-29(State)*: 15,200 jobs
Recommended Courses and Skills
Manual dexterity, analytical ability and mechanical aptitude.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Ability to work as a team member, pride in work and patience.
|Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology||Associate in Applied Science||Day||A60130 Revised|
|Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology||Diploma||Evening||D60130 Revised|
|Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology - Non-Structural Damage||Certificate||Day and Evening||C60130ND|
|Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology - Painting and Finishing||Certificate||Day and Evening||C60130PF|
|Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology - Structural Damage||Certificate||Day and Evening||C60130SD Revised|
If you would like additional information about the Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Program, contact Jerry Stroud, Program Coordinator, Collision Repair & Refinishing, at 336.757.3386 or firstname.lastname@example.org.