Collision Repair Technology
Department: Career and Technical Education
School of: Logistics, Distribution and Transportation
Instructor: Marty Stamper
CIP Code: 47.0603
Collision Repair Technology is based on an occupational analysis of the auto body field and reflects the entry-level job requirements of I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) and the Automotive Collision Technology standards. Using state-of-the-art equipment, students are taught MIG welding/cutting, metal repair, corrosion protection, masking, refinishing, undercoating, and unibody inspection. They are taught safety compliance, tools and equipment identification. Each student will gain the knowledge, understanding and training needed to secure a position in the collision repair field, and/or enter a post-secondary institution.
Industry Certifications a Student May Earn
- ICAR GreenLink: Safety & Pollution Prevention (SP/2)
with further training, 2 year degrees
- Collision Estimator
with certifications and/or specialized training
- Detail Technician
- Metal Technician
- Paint Refinishing Technician
- Paint/Parts Sales
- Unitized Frame Technician
College Credit Opportunities
- Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Pennsylvania College of Technology.
- Visit CollegeTransfer.net for more information.
- Automotive Training Center and Saint Francis University.