Collision Repair Technology

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Collision Repair Technology

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Students will be instructed in a series of I-CAR courses in Non-Structural ProLevel 1 and Refinishing ProLevel 1, the industry standard for collision repair training. Students graduate with a variety of nationally recognized Platinum certificates from I-CAR. This program aligns with collision repair businesses needing to hire employees to maintain or become I-CAR Gold Class Professionals. This program makes students proficient at entry-level tasks. Students also have the opportunity to become certified as ASE Master Technicians. The Collision Technology Repair program is dedicated to providing the most current and complete information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology provides you with comprehensive training and industry-recognized credentials for a successful career in collision repair.

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Program Objectives

A graduate of this program will be able to do the following: 

  • Use collision repair tools and equipment safely and effectively.
  • Analyze the structural design of a vehicle and its reaction to an impact.
  • Repair damaged metal.
  • Refinish vehicles.
  • Install panels.
  • Repair frame damage. 

Performance Measures

Essential Skills

 Job & Salary Outlook

Collision Repair Technology Employers 

Industrial Advisory Committee (info coming soon)

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