The Mission of the Aims Automotive Collision Technology Program is to have an employed student that is prepared with the necessary professional and technical skills to succeed in the Automotive Industry upon completion of the Program Degree. In the case of Certificate seekers or special interest students that they have acquired the skill set they came to obtain.
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The Program Learning Goals are to provide students with an Automotive Collision Industry employability level of critical thinking, problem solving, communication and professionalism skills by achieving ASE Student Certification in the areas of Non-Structural Analysis / Damage Analysis, Painting & Refinishing and Structural Analysis & Damage Repair.
Learn about more than just how to diagnose vehicle problems and make the correct technical or body repairs. Experience how automotive dealerships and shop facilities actually operate and be ready for employment success the day after you graduate. Our state-of-the-art facility features the latest equipment, and industry-proven instructors will share their passion and professional knowledge with you. You’ll learn in a “real world” environment and leave prepared for a successful career with both the technical tools and actual tools to do the job.
The Aims Automotive Programs are accredited National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
101 Blue seal Drive, S.E. Suite 101
Leesburg, VA 20175
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