Transportation

Auto Body

Auto body is the repairing, refinishing and restoring of a damaged automobile or other vehicle due to normal wear and tear or an accident. Professional auto body specialists use their skills to restore vehicles to a like new condition. Auto body repair is one of the largest service-oriented trades in the United States. As the number of motor vehicles increases the demand for qualified workers will continue to grow. Opportunities are best for people who have formal training the field. 

 

Program Highlights

Orientation to the Collision Repair Industry Basic Shop and Safety Practices
Structural Analysis and Damage Repair Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair
Mechanical and Electrical Components Painting and Refinishing

 

Career Opportunities

Automotive Repair Person Automotive Refinisher
Sales and Service Automotive Frame Alignment Technician

 

Career Pathways to

Insurance Estimator Body Shop Manager
Body Shop Owner

Auto Technology

Auto Technology prepares students for employment in the field of automotive technology. Because computers have made today’s automobile engines highly complex, the role of the automobile technician has also become highly technical. Job opportunities are expected to be excellent for individuals with automotive training. 

 

Program Highlights

Brakes Engine Performance
Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Engine Repair
Manual Drive Train and Axles Basic Shop and Safety Practices
Electrical and Electronic Systems Suspension and Steering
Orientation to the Automotive Industry
Preventive Maintenance Heating and Air Conditioning

 

Career Opportunities

Automotive Technician Technician Trainee
Parts and Sales Service Person Drivability Specialist
General Service Technician

 

Career Pathways to

Service Manager Team Leader
Independent Auto Service Person Shop Owner
Automotive Engineer Service
Advisor
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