- Dan Boddy
- Jay Winters
- Percentage of FY19 graduates available for employment placed in related occupation: 80%
- Percentage of FY19 graduates continuing their education: 0%
Source: Minnesota State system follow-up survey on the status of graduates by program/major - FY2019
The Auto Body and Collision Technology program at South Central College is an I-CAR (Inter-industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) training alliance program member. After completing the program you will have:
- I-CAR ProLevel 1 designation (Refinish Technician and Non-Structural Technician), which is highly sought after by hiring managers.
- Ability to test for up to 16 more I/CAR certifications (16/I-CAR, 5/ASE.)
More on I-CAR can be found at www.i-car.com
ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence) certifications:
- Non-Structural Technician, Structural Technician, Refinish Technician and Auto Collision Mechanical
- Optional independent testing can be done for Air Conditioning
More information on ASE can be found at www.ase.com
Once you have finished your associate of applied science degree in Auto Body and Collision Technology, an established transfer agreement allows you to apply your SCC credits toward a bachelor of science degree in operations management at Minnesota State University Moorhead.