The Collision and Refinishing Technology program is competency based and provides students with the training to properly repair and refinish damaged vehicles to meet with 21st century industry needs. Students will learn how to repair small dents up to full and partial panel replacement and will explore the refinishing process and complete cusome projects. Welding, cutting, sanding, metal working, measuring, and refinishing are tasks the students will be able to complete upon graduation. Students will be trained on Chief EZ liner car bench using a three demensional measuing unit. The program has an up-to-date Accudraft Spraybooth designed to accommodate the industry standards. Waterborne and low emissions paints and solvent are used addressing current industry standards. The students will practice with Miller welders that are capable of welding steel as well as the aluminum. Upon graduation, students will be NOCTI certified and are able to earn industry leading I-CAR certification.