Collision Repair Technology
Automotive body technicians can repair most damage from everyday vehicle collisions and make vehicles look and drive like new. Damage may be minor, such as replacing a cracked windshield, or major, such as replacing an entire door panel. Repair technicians use many tools for their work including pneumatic tools, metal-cutting guns, and plasma cutters. For major structural repairs, such as aligning the body, they often use frame machine and computerized measuring system. For some work, they use common hand tools, such as metal files, pliers, wrenches, hammers, and screwdrivers.
This program can be completed in two years (1080 clock hours).
Class starts in August each year.
Students can TABE test starting in April and register in July.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
To meet SAP, a student must:
Maintain a continuous "C" average.
Attend at least 90% of the program hours for each grading period.
Maintain a continuous 90% attendance rate for the program.
Complete the course within the originally scheduled course hours.
Must be 18 years old
High school diploma or WV approved equivalent
Complete TABE exam
Complete the required 12 hours
You have completed the required twelve hours with Adult Education.
Contact us (304) 256-4615 Ext. 302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Diploma or WV Approved Equivalent
Social Security Card
The student must also understand:
Available space is on a first come first serve basis.
High schools students get first preference.
High school schedules change for the first few weeks of school and
adult students may have to relinquish their seat.
Must follow all rules and regulations that the high school students