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Automotive and Collision Repair
Automotive and Collision Repair

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Students will acquire knowledge and skills used by auto collision technicians in the repair and refinishing of damaged vehicles. Instruction will involve the I-CAR curriculum, classroom theory, demonstrations, and hands-on repair of practice panels and customer vehicles. Students will train on school-supplied tools and shop equipment using current technology. Successful completers of this program will be prepared for related entry-level employment and/or continued education at the post-secondary level. Students will participate in SkillsUSA as part of the course requirements.

Career Path + Salary Ranges*

  • Automotive Body & Glass Repairers - $40,580
  • Electrical and Electronics Installers & Repairers - $57,210
  • Automatic Data Processing Planner - $87,020
*Data taken from the National Occupational Handbook