Gain knowledge and hands-on skills in automotive collision repair shop management and safety, structural and non-structural auto repair, metal finishing, movable automotive glass and hardware, metal welding and cutting, surface preparation and refinishing, panel repair and replacement. Learn estimating, customer relations, sales, and structural damage and diagnosis.
Learn to diagnose and repair diesel cars, light trucks and heavy equipment including electrical, steering, HVAC, transmissions and transaxles. Gain knowledge and skills in diesel shop safety, diesel mechanics, brake systems, cab, electrical and engine systems PMI, diesel engines, fuel systems, air induction and exhaust systems.
Gain knowledge and skills hands-on skills in automotive shop safety, engine repair and rebuilding, brake systems, suspension and steering, automotive electrical systems, starting and charging systems, manual and automatic transmissions and automobile computers and ignition systems. After your first year, you’ll have skills to find a part-time job and instructors will help you partner with a local business to earn money while earning your degree.