Automotive Collision Repair

Automotive Collision Repair

Information about this exciting field:

Accidents happen.  It’s a fact of life.  The good news is that—with the proper education, training, and diligence—Automotive Collision Repair technicians can work their magic to make vehicles of all makes, models, and vintages look like new again.  The work is rewarding.  The newer materials used in late-model vehicles, the expanded use of molded composition and plastics, and the increased use of sophisticated electronic systems add interesting challenges to the job.  The successful Automotive Collision Repair technician typically performs accurate damage identification and assessment before quality repairs are made using various tools, welding, painting, and glass replacement, as required.  The result: a properly refurbished and repaired vehicle.

Academic Advisement – Automotive Collision Repair Team

Faculty Advisors

Daniel Bell, Daniel.Bell@chattahoocheetech.edu, Appalachian Campus

Academic Advisors

Michelle Capozzi, Michelle.Capozzi@chattahoocheetech.edu, Appalachian Campus

Automotive Collision Repair Program eMAP

Diploma eMAP

What can I do with my Automotive Collision Repair major?

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Salary Information

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Gainful Employment Report

Automotive Collision Repair Gainful Employment Report

Diploma (to catalog)

Automotive Collision Repair Diploma