Collision repair

Collision Repair Information

Collision Repair Technology will be a wait listed program beginning fall 2012!

Credentials

Course Descriptions

Costs and Length of Program

Costs

There are many factors with regard to actual costs. It will depend on level of achievement and current tuition charges. An example: Costs of tuition to achieve a Diploma; 65 credits hours @ $121 per hour = $7865. Cost of books and training materials will depend on the general education courses selected, allow approx $750 for the four semesters. In addition, factor in expenses such as housing, transportation, food, general college supplies and personal protective safety equipment for lab work.

Length of the Program

The Collision Repair Technology core program is 2 years (four semesters). Typically, we meet 5 days per week, Monday to Friday from 8.00am until approx 2.45pm. In addition to the technical courses, you will need to schedule the general education courses required for an AAS degree or Diploma. These general education courses can be also taken before, concurrent with, or after the technical components.

Program Schedule

Collision Training Links

These links will take you to external websites.

  • NATEF - National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
  • I-CAR - The leading collision repair industry training organization.
  • Collision Careers - Useful information for anyone thinking about a career in the Collision Repair industry.
  • I-CAR Education Foundation - ICAR's support organization for both secondary and post-secondary education.
  • ASE - Automotive Standards of Excellence. ASE offers technicians the opportunity to gain recognized industry certifications.