Auto Body Repair
What is the program?
The Auto Body Repair program is a study of processes and techniques characteristic of auto body repair, including panel replacement, estimation, electrical systems, finishing and painting, glass replacement, fiberglass repair, and frame repair. Students apply knowledge learned in the classroom to actual hands-on projects.
When is the program offered?
Courses are taught year round during the day and evening for full-time and part-time students to accommodate a wide range of schedules.
What awards does the program lead to, and how long does it take?
Students may earn a Certificate. Students enrolled full-time may complete a Certificate in as little as two semesters (8 months.)
What requirements do I need in order to enroll?
A student without a high school diploma or GED certificate is eligible to enter this program. Students without a high school diploma or GED and applying for financial aid must take the Ability-to-Benefit test prior to enrolling. For information on the Ability-to-Benefit test, please call 205.391.2232.
What jobs will this program prepare me for?
Automotive body repairers, body customizer, and painters.
Ms. Georita Griffin
Office: C.A. Fredd Campus