Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology AAS Degree

Wake Tech Course ID: A60130

Completion Earns:

AAS - Associate in Applied Science

Total Credits:

66

Campus Availability:

Scheduling Options:

  • Evening Only

Learning Format(s):

Financial Aid:

Yes, financial aid is available for this program

Downloads & Resources:

Program Planning Guide

Overview

The Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills to complete structural and non-structural damage repairs, and paint and refinish on automotive equipment. Graduates should qualify for entry-level employment in businesses that perform these repairs. Entry and advancement levels depend on the training completed, knowledge and ability levels, work performance, and ethics.  

Courses include:

  • Painting and Refinishing including Special Finishes
  • Non-Structural Damage and Structural Damage Repair
  • Automotive Plastic & Adhesives Identification and Repair
  • Automotive Dealing, Body Shop Operations, and Autobody Estimating
  • Electrical Systems Repair
  • HVAC Systems Operation and Repair

Currently, classes are offered at the Vernon Malone High School.  Daytime classes are for High School students only.  There are two Certificate Programs with evening classes at Vernon Malone High School which are open to anyone interested.

If interested in this growing program, please contact Gerry Egan at [email protected].


Faculty

Gerry Egan, Associate Professor/Instructional Department Head
Office: AHT B103
Phone: 919-866-5254
Email: [email protected]
Steve Dumey, Instructor - Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology
Office: VMCCA
Phone: 919-866-6168
Email: [email protected]