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Whether you’re detail oriented or prefer to focus on the big picture, there’s a place for your talents in the auto body and collision technology industry. Becoming a professional auto body and collision technology specialist is a career that has longevity, with ample opportunities for routine repair work or future specialization. SCC’s Auto Body and Collision Technology instructors are I-CAR Platinum Class professionals, the highest designation possible and certified ASE Master Technicians. As an I-CAR training alliance member, the Auto Body program prepares students for ASE certifications and I-CAR Pro Level Technician status.

Areas of employment:

  • Automotive Body and Related Repairers
  • Painters, Transportation Equipment
  • Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage

Campus: North Mankato

Program Start Date:  Fall Semester

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What Auto Body & Collision Technology Students Say

Faculty Spotlight - Auto Body and Collision Technology

Dan Boddy
Dan Boddy
Education:Diploma, South Central College
Jay Winters
Jay Winters
Education:Diploma, South Central College

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The U.S. Department of Labor estimates the auto industry will have to fill 35,000 technician jobs each year through the end of the decade to keep up with demand. With increasing automobile computer sophistication, receiving training from a certified program is a must.