Overview

This Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified program prepares you to enter into a skilled career in auto collision repair. PPCC offers a two-year AAS Degree in Automotive Collision Technology, and short-term certificates in Non-Structural Repair, Refinish Prep, R & I Technician, Structural Repair, and Automotive Plastics Repair. You’ll learn the ins-and-outs of auto body construction, surface prep, dent repair, welding and cutting. The program utilizes late model vehicles for training purposes, state-of-the-art equipment, individualized instruction, and day or evening classes. To get into the job market fast, you could start with a specialized certificate, then continue on to complete the Associate of Applied Science degree. Certificates are a good option if you are already working in the field and want to gain skills to advance on the job.

Turn Dents into Dollars

As long as people are driving there will be a need for trained auto collision repair technicians. With your AAS degree from PPCC in this Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified program, you will hit the ground running in one of the most in-demand career fields in the country. Whether you work in a dealership or a body shop, this is sure to be a rewarding career with outstanding earning potential.

Traffic accidents occur daily, so there is a strong demand for auto collision repair technicians who can make damaged vehicles look brand new. If you love to work with your hands and get satisfaction in seeing a beautiful finished product that you restored, then Auto Collision Technology may be the career for you. Employees in this field use specialized equipment and technology along with knowledge of structural/non-structural repair techniques. Some technicians use their skills to customize vehicles for their customers. Want to find out if this career is for you? Check it out on America's Career Expo.

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