Welding, painting, metalwork. Restoring vehicles old and new. These are examples of what you can do as a Automotive Collision Repair Technician.
What is Automotive Collision Repair? Automotive Collision Repair involves repairing and restoring the bodies of vehicles of all types, including metal work, welding and painting. Auto Collision Repair technicians also do custom body work – designing and modifying old and new vehicles.
At Emily Griffith, our part-time evening program will give you hands-on experience with all aspects of automotive body work, including frame and structural alignment, plastic repair, painting, detailing, welding and more.
Latest technology: Our state-of-the-art facility includes a GARMAT downdraft spray booth along with two matching prep decks for painting, a new 3M fresh air system, a Chief Titan 360 frame rack with computerized measurement system, and 6 clean air welding booths.
Convenient classes: Classes are in the evenings from 6pm-10pm so you can continue to work.
High-demand career: Enjoy a 78 percent job placement rate in the GIS field with your Emily Griffith GIS certificate.
What Can I Do with an Emily Griffith Automotive Collision Repair Certificate?
Graduates from Emily Griffith’s Automotive Collision Repair program use their certificate to up their technology game at their current jobs or to work in jobs such as the following:
- Auto collision estimator
- Auto repair and body shops
- Restoration and custom shops
- Car dealerships
- Insurance estimator
Other potential career paths include jobs in custom painting and graphics, non-structural repairs, service advising, insurance adjustment.
How Emily Powered My Career
“They gave me the opportunity to learn—they gave me a scholarship.” Ariana Gonzales, Automotive Service Graduate