About Us     |     Calendars     |     Contact Us

 

Automotive Collision Technology

Students enrolled in Automotive Collision Technology program will: 

  • Design and produce custom paint work. 
  • Interact with customers to assess accident damage and perform structural and paint repairs. 
  • Use state of the art technologies in a national certified Automotive Service Excellence program. 

 


          


✓ PROGRAM DETAILS

Construction
Transportation
Human Services
Agriculture, Life and Health Services
Advanced Manufacturing
Arts & Creative Design
Full List

Units of Study

  • Safety
  • Vehicle Design & Construction
  • Panel, Glass, Trim, & Restraint
  • Metal Finishing & Corrosion Protection
  • Structural Component Repair & Damage Analysis
  • Welding & Cutting
  • Surface Preparation & Refinishing
  • Automotive Finishes
  • Blending Operations
  • Detailing
  • Plastic Repair

Industry Credentials

Auto Body/Collision Repair Technology students can earn the following certifications and credentials in high school:

  • PA State Inspection
  • SP2: Safety Pollution Prevention
  • ASE Student Certification via NATEF
  • OSHA CareerSafe

College Articulation

  • Bucks County Community College
  • Lehigh Carbon Community College
  • Northampton Community College
  • PA College of Technology
  • Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Industry Salary Ranges

  • Automotive Glass Installer: $20,390 - $50,080
  • Painters, Transportation Equip: $25,790 - 68,600
  • Automotive Body Repairer: $25,030 - $69,570 

Career Opportunities

  • Insurance Adjuster
  • Metal Working Technician
  • Refinishing Technician
  • Shop Owner
  • Shop Supervisor
  • Parts Manager
  • Paint Representative
  • Equipment Sales
  • Tow Truck Operator

Program Costs

  • Uniform: $40
  • Respirator: $50
  • Safety Boots: $35
  • Safety Inspection Cert: $25

Instructor:  Tim McCarthy
Email: tmccarthy@ubtech.org
Phone: 215-795-2911 x226