Train to work in dealerships and independent automotive centers in this high-demand career field. Earn an Automotive Service Excellence Certification (ASE) while learning about structural and non-structural analysis and damage repair, metal and plastic finishing, painting and refinishing,
unibody repair, and detailing. Great Oaks’ Auto Collision program uses the latest I-CAR curriculum and is accredited by NCA CASI and NATEF.
Job Outlook and Wages for Auto Collision Technology: According to the Department of Labor, “employment of auto body repairers is expected to grow 12% over the 2006-2016 decade. Median hourly wage and salary earnings of automotive and related repairers, including incentive pay, were $16.72 in May 2006.
- High school diploma or GED
- Achieve a Work Keys assessment level of (4) or higher
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