The Collision Repair Technology program prepares students for employment in the field of collision repair or related occupations in the automotive industry. The program is built around nationally recognized standards from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) provided through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). Instructional materials for the core collision repair courses are provided through I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair). Curriculum covers Non-Structural Repair, Structural Repair, and Painting/Finishing.
The Dual Credit Program, offered through Crowder College, allows high school students, while still attending the high school program at Crowder College Technical Education Center, the opportunity to enroll in and receive both high school and college credit during normal class hours. Participation in the dual credit program enables high school students to get a “head start” on their college career as well as prepare them for the challenges of college courses. Please refer to the Dual Credit requirements for more information.
Possible employers after college: Xpo-Logistics, local body shops, car dealerships