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Automotive Collision Technology

This program offers extensive hands-on training in repairing a variety of damaged vehicles.  The auto body shop is well equipped with the following equipment:

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  • Kansas Jack Frame Equipment
  • Sanders
  • Hydraulic Power Tools
  • Grinders
  • Air Tools
  • DUZ-MOR Frame Rack
  • Paint Guns & Equipment
  • Car-O-Liner Bench Frame Rack
  • Pro Spot Squeeze Type Resistance
  • Spot Welder
  • Chief Velocity Computerized Measuring System
  • Car-O-Liner Computerized Measuring System
  • MIG Welders
  • Centerline Gauge System
  • USI ITALIA Paint Booths
  • Prep Station
  • Paint Mixing System
  • Waterborne Paint Technology

The ACT program prepares students to take advantage of opportunities in many related areas including auto body repair, auto body painting, auto body estimating, shop supervision, and collision damage estimating in the insurance industry.

Accreditations and Certifications
The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) accreditation
National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) certification
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification

Degree/Certificates Offered:
Associate of Applied Science
One Year Certificate in Refinishing and Non-Structural Repair
One Year Certificate in Structural and Mechanical Repair

Gainful Employment Disclosure-Certificate Level

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