Collision Repair Technology ITC
The Collision Repair program is a National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program and is designed to help students develop knowledge and skills for employment in the collision repair industry. Students are provided theory and practice in repairing vehicles damaged in a collision. A specified set of tools is required upon entry. Students entering with prior training from high school, military, or industry can challenge portions of the training program by examination and/or performance testing. Students must achieve competencies in course work before moving to the next instructional area. Shop experience is combined with related theory. The tool list can be found on the program website.
Entrance requirements for students seeking enrollment in the Collision Repair program include:
- ALEKS score of 14 or higher in Math, Writing Placement Exam score of 2 or higher, or qualify for MTHPT-103 and ENGL-101.
- Enrollment priority will be given first to AAS degree seeking students on first-come first-serve basis as determine by their faculty advising date.
- Students must hold a valid driver’s license with no DUI conviction within the past 3 years to enroll in the Collision Repair Technology Program. If you have any questions regarding your driver's license, please contact the T&I Division Office prior to submitting your application to LCSC.
- Collision Repair has physical requirements that may affect the student’s ability to function in this program. Physical recommendations as listed in the US Bureau of Labor Statics for Collision Repair Technology.
Intermediate Technical Certificate Requirements
|CRPTI-110||INTRODUCTION TO COLLISION REPAIR (or CRPTI-110A, CRPTI-110B and CRPTI-110C)||6.00|
|CRPTI-120||NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIRS I||6.00|
|CRPTI-140||NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIRS II||6.00|
|CRPTI-294||IN: COLLISION REPAIR||3.00|