Automotive Collision

Institute of Innovation

The Automotive Collision Repair Technology program is designed to prepare students to repair automobiles and light commercial vehicles under the supervision of an experienced automotive collision repair technician. Automotive Collision Repair Technology students receive instruction in frame alignment, surface finishing, and shop management. Upon successful completion of the program standards, the student will be prepared for postsecondary education and entry-level automotive collision repair-related careers. Program standards are based on NATEF-ASE, Vehicle Manufacturers, and I-CAR industry standards

Program Courses

Automotive Collsion 1
Shop & personal safety. Collision technology knowledge. Personal qualities & employability skills are stressed throughout the course. Is a
1-unit course

Automotive Collsion 2
Professional knowledge of the industry and working environment. Vehicle construction & collision energy management. Non-structural analysis & damage repair. Is a 1-unit course.

Automotive Collison 3
Painting & refinishing. Employability skills will be demonstrated & stressed throughout the course. Is a 2-unit course.


Job Opportunities

Auto Body & Glass Repair
$21.24/hr -- $44,190/yr
Restore, refinish, & replace vehicle bodies, frames, & glass.

Claims Adjuster
$32.76/hr -- $68,130/yr
Evaluate insurance claims for damaged automobiles.

Paint & Coating
$18.63/hr -- $38,740/yr
Apply finishes, often using machines to a range of products.

Auto Shop Manager
$35.25/hr -- $73,323/yr
Good customer relations, schedule work for techs, order parts.

Get in touch

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Institute of Innovation
175 Campus Drive
Gaffney, SCĀ  29341
Phone 864-206-2576 | Fax 864-487-1287

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