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Learn real skills by doing real repairs as part of your studies. We teach the current standards, from fixing small dents to rebuilding the bodies of wrecked or damaged vehicles.
From repairing small dents to rebuilding the bodies of wrecked or damaged vehicles, this program maintains the current commercial standards. Students are taught the types of materials used in filler compounds, the colors and chemical make-up of paints used to refinish, welding and cutting procedures, design and installation of trim, cost estimating and preparation for finish work. All are skills applied in actual jobs performed in hands on shop assignments.
Progression in the Collision Repair Technology program is contingent upon achievement of a grade of “C” or better in each course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
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Everett C. Lewis, Program Coordinator