Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

Automotive Collision Technology Technician

NEXT CLASS BEGINS October 24, 2022

Program Description:

NEXT CLASS BEGINS October 24, 2022 (Click Here for more information)

The Automotive Collision Technology Technician program prepares students for employment in the basic trade skills of auto body collision and repair. It includes refinishing skills, sheet metal repair, frame, and unibody squaring and aligning, use of filters, paint systems and undercoats, related welding skills, mechanical skills, trim hardware, maintenance and glass servicing.

PROGRAM NUMBERPROGRAM TITLEPROGRAM LENGTH
ARR0140Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Helper/Assistant150 Hours
ARR0141Automotive Collision Refinishing Technician450 Hours
ARR0312Nonstructural Damage Repair Technician300 Hours
ARR0022Damage Analysis and Estimating75 Hours
ARR0112Automotive Collision Welding, Cutting and Joining75 Hours
ARR0295Structural Damage Repair Technician350 Hours

Industry Certification and Licensure:

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

Employment Opportunities:

  • OEM Dealerships
  • Independent shops
  • Auto parts stores
  • Insurance companies
  • Salvage yards
  • Paint supply stores

Accreditation:

For information about national and program accreditation, please contact the institution.

Program Costs:

ProgramCost
Florida Resident Tuition$3,920.00
Out of State Tuition$15,680.00
Registration, Activity, Lab, Test, Insurance, and Trust Fees$875.00
Books / Supplies$334.00
Industry Certification & State Credential Exam Costs$81.00
Florida Resident Total Cost$5,210.00
Out of State Total Cost$16,970.00

Fees are based on the number of class days according to the Broward County Public Schools calendar. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

College Credit

Graduates may be awarded credits towards an Associate of Science Degree or Associate of Applied Science Degree at select Florida state colleges. Please click here for additional details.

Admissions Requirements

  • Schedule a basic skills assessment ($15) or provide official documentation of a basic skills exemption to your program counselor/advisor.
  • Schedule an appointment with your program counselor/advisor for basic skills assessment results and/or a program specific orientation.
  • Register for classes during open enrollment. Program registration runs on a first come, first served basis.

Program Info

Program Length:

1400 Hours/14 Months

Delivery Method:

Traditional

Days & Times:

Full-time

  • Monday – Friday:
    7:00 am – 1:45 pm

Part-time

  • Monday – Friday,
    7:00 am – 10:00 am
    OR 
    Monday – Friday,
    10:45 am – 1:45 pm

Enroll in our Automotive Collision Technology Technician program today.

To get started in the Automotive Collision Technology Technician program, Sign Up today for a program orientation or contact the counselor at: [email protected]

Mary Barone
(754) 321-5840

For additional information, please contact the Office of Admissions at (754) 321-5700.

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