Collision Repair

Midland College is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) accredited program, and the curriculum is designed to prepare students for successful completion of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) national certification.

The coursework will be a combination of core academic courses and highly specialized technical classes. Safety practices and training are an important part of the program. Communication, leadership, and teamwork concepts are fundamental to the hands-on laboratory assignments which are incorporated.

Specific areas of training include suspension and steering, electrical systems, structural estimating, basic to advanced refinishing, and basic to advanced paint techniques. The Automotive Collision Repair Certificate requires 24 credit hours to complete.

 

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Program Details

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1. APPLY at https://midland.academicworks.com
2. Confirm the link sent to your email and complete application
3. Check your MC student email for notifications of award
4. Accept award & write your electronic thank you letter to the donor

*Already receiving a scholarship? Don't forget to update your application each semester! You will receive an email when it is time to do so.

Did you know?

  • Texas employs the second-most automotive body and related repairers in the nation.

  • Annual median wage in Texas: $43,000

  • Hourly median wage in Texas: $20.99

  • Auto Body repair jobs increase by 2022: 19%

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and O*NET OnLine
(wages will vary by location, employer, and experience)

With an Automotive Collision Repair Certificate from Midland College’ Automotive Technology program students will be prepared for careers as collision repair technicians, and for jobs in a variety of related fields.

  • Collision Repair Technician
  • Automotive Service Advisor
  • Body Shop Manager
  • Automotive Parts Handler
  • Automotive Machine Shop Professional
  • Claims Adjuster
  • Automotive Billing/Title Clerk
  • Paint Specialist
  • Paint Store Associate

Visit the course catalog for the most complete and up-to-date information.

 

Why Study Collision Repair at MC?

 

Automotive Technology Faculty

Pete Avalos
pete avalos
Department Chair, Professor
Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Energy Technology
Advanced Technology Center, Room 128
(432) 681-6344
Brandon Bradley
brandon bradley
Instructor
Automotive Technology
Advanced Technology Center, Room 205
(432) 681-6342
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samantha bryand
Lab Instructor
Automotive Technology
Advance Technology Center, Room 203
(432) 683-6312

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