The Automotive Collision Repair / Painting program prepares students for employment
in the field and provides upgrade opportunities for currently employed personnel.
By completing the degree or certificate requirements, the student will gain proficiency
in safety practices, vehicle construction, welding, collision analysis, manual and
mechanical metal finishing techniques, structural repairs, vehicle alignment, surface
preparation, painting finishing, and the use of collision repair equipment.
Competencies will be assessed regularly in accordance with Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the Industry Conference on Automotive Collision Repair (ICAR) standards. Students completing the program may expect to enter the industry as automotive collision repair technicians or automotive painters.
Ms. Patricia Fairchild
(310) 660-3593 x5996
ESTIMATED ANNUAL EARNINGS
Starting at $24,820 Experienced at $56,943