Combination Collision Repair Technician

Auto Collision Repair will prepare students to complete non-structural collision repair and automotive refinishing. The courses that will be covered include non-structural damage analysis and minor dent repair, plastics repair, and all aspects of painting and refinishing. Students will also learn how to use various tools in repairing damage and to remove and install handles, moldings, trim, and bolted body parts. In addition, the student will learn to MIG weld industry standard joints following I-CAR standards. This career major also includes painting preparation, sanding processes, color matching and color adjusting, removing and installing glass, and the process of written estimates. Students will learn about handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials and selecting proper personal protective equipment and maintenance. Students will have the opportunity to earn I-CAR certifications as part of the program curriculum.

Program Combination Collision Repair Technician
Who Can Apply Adult, High School
Program Costs In-district High School Juniors & Seniors - Free Adult Students - $2,700 + Textbooks, Supplies, Fees
Schedule

Monday – Friday; August – May
Morning Session: 7:45 AM – 10:30 AM
Afternoon Session: 11:15 AM – 2:00 PM

Main Campus
Spring/Fall

o   If a student withdraws within the first 5 days of classes or PRIOR to the first day of class they will receive a refund of all tuition, less $25 processing fee ($75 for Practical Nursing students).

o   If a student withdraws within the first three weeks of class, they will receive a refund of one-half of any tuition paid for the current semester. If a student has pre-paid for the following semester, they will receive a full refund for that semester.

o   After the third week of classes, no refund will be given.

o   Non-refundable fees include: testing fee, $100 deposit, background checks, and textbooks.

Students who receive a Federal Pell Grant from MDTC and who withdraw (officially or unofficially) will be subject to the “Return of Title IV” regulations. For those students who have been officially or unofficially withdrawn, the student’s last date of attendance will be used for Return of Title IV purposes as determined by MDTC’s attendance records. Generally, the student and/or school will have to return any amount of the Pell Grant that is defined as “unearned” per Return of Unearned Funds Policy section on page 34.  NOTE: all financial aid students should contact the Financial Aid Coordinator to discuss their Return of Title IV funds calculation before withdrawing. 

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Instructor

Instructor

Matt Minard

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