Learn to make cars and trucks look new again
You’ll gain the hands-on skills you need to repair damaged cars and trucks and perform professional non-structural repairs and refinishing from I-CAR and ASE-certified instructors in a hands-on environment and through a cooperative education experience in a collision repair facility. And you can go to school around your work schedule, thanks to flexible, part-time schedules and evening class offerings. This program is supported by the Hampton Roads Autobody Association.
Credits:23 View Curriculum
Locations:Regional Automotive Center
Career Studies Certificate - Collision Repair Technology
Students who complete this certificate are prepared for an entry-level position at a collision repair facility performing non-structural vehicle repairs, refinishing techniques, and paint defect diagnosis. Course work covers panel replacement and alignment, glass replacement, dent repair, plastic and composite repair, vehicle preparation, and paint defect diagnosis.
Additional Program Information:
Students completing the program will obtain their Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) certifications for ProLevel 1 and 2 in Non-Structural Repair and ProLevel 1 and 2 in Refinishing.
This program is supported by the Hampton Roads Autobody Association.
A valid driver’s license is required for admission into the Collision Repair Technology program.
Is this program for you?
Yes, if you:
- enjoy working with your hands
- exhibit good hand-eye coordination
- are detail-oriented