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Program Overview

The Collision Repair program at Northwest Tech builds upon fundamentals learned early in your coursework to foster versatile, industry-ready skills by the time you graduate. We believe individuals grow through their own personal investigations; therefore our emphasis is on actual “hands-on” learning.

On our campus you will gain experience in major collision repair, color matching, wheel alignment, advanced welding and much more. But, best of all, your entire experience in our Collision Repair program is completed on the most modern equipment in the industry today.

Our curriculum is directly related to trade standards and employment opportunities. As repair methods change, our curriculum is continuously updated to provide you with instruction on the safe and proper use of the latest tools, equipment, products, and procedures.

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Program Length

Two Years
August-May

Degree:

Associate of Applied Science
(or Technical Certificate)

Projected Salary
$31,000 per year
Advisory Committee
  • Rod Erb
    Erb Brothers
  • Skeeter Smith
    Skeeter’s Body Shop
  • Brad Harding
    New Look Inc.
  • John Kuhlman
    Steve’s Body Shop
  • Mike Chapman
    Martin Senour Paints
  • Adam Neff
    Martin Senour Paints
  • Linda Mueller
    A&A Body Shop
  • Tim Dinkel
    Dinkel Collision Repair
  • Kevin Bauman
    KB Body and Paint
  • Chris Castillo
    C&C Autobody
  • Jason Finley
    Advanced Autobody