Automotive Collision Repair

While training in a full-scale auto shop learn how cars work, automotive maintenance, dis-assembly and assembly repairs, and workplace safety Become proficient working with metal, plastic, fiberglass, and relevant equipment/machines Master refinishing techniques using appropriate materials Earn SkillsUSA membership, participate in competitions, internships, high school credit, and I-CAR certification  

Students working on car engine

Automotive Technologies

Through direct instruction and CDX online automotive training system, understand, diagnose, and repair today’s complex automobiles. Do engine performance diagnosis and repair, evaluate and fix brakes, maintain and repair cooling, steering, suspension, electrical, and electronic systems. Certification: ASE G1 Student OSHA 10 SP/2 Direct Employment: Auto Maintenance and Light Repair Job Leads To: Service Writer…