Gainful Employment (GE) Disclosures: Collision Reconditioning Technology - Day
Collision Repair Technology - Evening
"I could get hands-on experience from knowledgeable tenured professionals."
Michael Moseley, Graduate
Collision Repair Technician
Keystone Collision Center
"ATC's collision program was exactly what I was looking for; a place where I could get hands-on experience from knowledgeable tenured professionals. A typical day was 50% hands-on and 50% classroom. Two months before graduation, with the help from my instructor, I secured a part time job with Keystone Collision. I started full time immediately after graduation."
Turn accidents into opportunities…career opportunities.
Let’s face it, accidents happen. And although nobody “means to do it,” one thing is certain, people are going to need experienced collision repair technicians to restore their vehicles to look and drive like new.
Automotive Training Center's Collision Reconditioning Technology Programs feature a comprehensive study of vehicle restoration, including metalworking, body repair, frame repair, welding, painting and refinishing, electrical and steering and suspension systems. Unlike some other auto body repair schools, you will learn first-hand from ASE and I-CAR certified instructors and have numerous opportunities to be involved with actual repairs on live vehicles.
With more vehicles on the road then ever before, the demand for talented collision repair technicians has never been higher.
Automotive Training Center's Collision Reconditioning Technology Programs graduates can choose from successful and rewarding careers such as:
- Collision Repair Technician
- Service and/or Parts manager
- Service Writer
- Insurance Appraiser and/ or Adjuster
- Technical Instructor
- Parts Counterperson
- Manufacturer Representative
- Salesperson (equipment, tools, paint, books)
- Custom painter
- Restoration Technician
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How the pros make the beautiful sheen you see across the hood of your favorite model.