The Collision Repair 2 yearDegree Program provides students the opportunity to learn all aspects of auto body repair as well as mechanical repairs on today’s highly complex vehicles. Hands-on skills as well as theory are acquired throughout the program. Students who enjoy working with their hands and seeing the results of their efforts are well suited for this type of career. Trained technicians are in high demand and can find employment in a wide variety of jobs.
The Collision Repair Certificate is a one-year program that gives the student basic skills for entering the industry.
The Collision Program is Master Level accredited through the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation.
Why Study Here
NCC’s Collision Repair Program recently installed a new, state of the art, Garmat spray booth and mixing room for students to practice their refinishing skills. We also have added resistance spot welding and pulse welding equipment to duplicate industry repair processes. And students nowhave the ability to use ADAS (Advanced Driver Assist Systems) calibration equipment that we just added to the program. This will allow students to learn on tools and equipment currently used in the collision industry.
Graduates of this program will satisfy an industry need for well educated and technically trained people. Typical positions available in the collision industry include:
Collision Repair Technician
Automotive Frame Technician
Automobile Damage Estimator
Ready to Experience the Best of Student Living
Housing is available for students just over the border in nearby Lowell, Massachusetts. Called the Edge Merrimack River, the housing offers roommate matching services and a choice of individually leased one, two, and four-bedroom floor plans with separate keyed bedrooms, modern stylistic finishes, and gourmet kitchens. Apartments are fully furnished and include all utilities except electricity. Edge Merrimack River also has amenities on site such as private study rooms, a clubhouse with games, and fitness center.