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The 25 credit Collision Repair Certificate Program will prepare students for entry-level positions in the collision repair industry. Students will learn through various theory and hands-on activities including, but not limited to: Safety, sheet metal repair, bolted panel removal and replacement, welding, surface preparation, spray gun use, application of paint finishes, basic electrical theory, and HVAC operation and service.
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Students will be required to provide their own personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, hearing protection, welding gloves, and protective shoes
Students will also need to purchase a basic automotive tool kit and roll cabinet. Substantial discounts are available to enrolled students. An annual “Tool Day” takes place every August for students needing tools or tool kits. Approximate tool kit cost is between $2,800 and $4,500 (prices subject to change).