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Automotive Technology – Collision

College Credits

In this program you can earn college credit!

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Campus/Instructors

Diamond Oaks:  Lonnie Marimon marimonl@greatoaks.com
Live Oaks:  Allen Simpson  simpsona@greatoaks.com
Laurel Oaks:  Brian Wells  wellsb@greatoaks.com
Scarlet Oaks:  Joshua Sloan  sloanj@greatoaks.com

Career Pathways

Painter’s assistant
Auto body assistant
Painter
Collision repair technician
Estimator
Automotive welding and frame repair technician
Body shop owner

Learn more about a typical career in this field!

Available Certifications

ECSI (Emergency Care & Safety Institute) CPR/First Aid Certification
I-Car Certification:  Refinishing and/or Non-Structural
Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certification

Why I-Car Certification?

Questions?

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Related Information

Learn more about this and other careers

Do you appreciate a fine car? Do you enjoy the work it takes to make a vehicle look its best? Do you have mechanical skills? Take a closer look at Automotive Technology—Collision.
Learn to:
  • Repair, replace, and refinish auto bodies and unibody frames.
  • Repair damaged sheet metal.
  • Prepare and explain estimates, and identify and acquire parts.
  • Identify, operate, and maintain tools and equipment used in the automotive collision repair industry.
  • Align and adjust doors, hoods, frames, wheels, deck lids, and front ends.
  • Mix and match all types of paint, and apply to vehicles.
  • Perform final detailing.
  • Remove and install seats and seat belts.
  • Weld steel and aluminum.

(Note: This is a high school program. For options for adults, click here.)

Great Oaks Automotive Technology Collision 2015