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APPROXIMATE TUITION & FEES
What You Will Learn In The Collision repair Program
Students will learn and practice safety in the shop, understanding the safety hazards of shop equipment and tools. They will also learn to practice safety with hazardous waste materials and pollutants.
Our collision program will study in-depth surface preparation, including substrate surfaces and mechanical and chemical adhesion.
Students will learn the skills and techniques of plastic, steel and aluminum welding and dent repair, using industry correct equipment, tools, and materials to accomplish a proper end result.
Visual damage analysis and computerized estimating is a must in the collision repair industry. Students will learn to visually, verbally, and mechanically determine vehicle damage and repairability.
From surface preparation, masking, to water-based and solvent-based painting. Students will have a full understanding of how to mix paint using the computerized mixing software, spraying panels using cutting edge technology, tools and equipment.
Our Collision Repair Students in action
About Your Collison Repair Instructors
Andy Morgan has worked in collision repair since 1979. He earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Collision Repair and is ASE Master Certified. He is also I-CAR instructor certified.
Andy’s career has taken him from industry to teaching with over 25 years of teaching the next generations his craft. “I love to see the light come on when students finally ‘get it’…when they put enough study and effort in, and all of the sudden you see the confidence come. That’s my payday!”