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Westover High School Collision Repair Technology Program

Collision Repair Technology ProgramImage of Professional Development Program I-Car Logo.

The collision repair and technology program is a career full of opportunities that offers students a chance to get a head start in this field here at Westover High School.

Collision Repair

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The collision repair industry is in high need of qualified technicians.

  • With the automotive industry continuously changing there is always a need for technicians to execute repairs
  • Vehicle transportation is highly crucial to all industries for transporting goods and services.
  • People need cars to get to and from work, school, shopping, appointments, ECT.
  • There are currently over 180,000 positions available that need to be filled by qualified technicians.

 Image of I-Car students at work.

Collision Repair Courses Are Available Here At Westover High School

Students Study:

  • Hazardous Materials, Personal, and Refinish Safety
  • Trim and Hardware
  • Panel Repair and Replacement (Steel and Plastic)
  • Corrosion Protection
  • Plastics and Composites
  • Vehicle Technology and Trends
  • Intro to Refinishing
  • Intro to mechanical systems

Ask yourself a few questions:

  • Do you like working with your hands?
  • Do you like the idea of working with tools?
  • Are you in interested in growing technology in the automotive industry?
  • Do you like automobiles?
  • Would you like to get started on a career path in a growing industry?

We Are Making Moves Toward The Future

  • Making the move to an I-CAR curriculum gives students the opportunity to earn I-CAR certifications in intro levels of collision repair.
  • Moving away from traditional textbook instruction by utilizing modern technology
  • We have added internships in partner with a local factory auto dealer.

FTCC Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Associate Degree Program

  • Westover High School Collision Repair Program is working with FTCC’s  program to bring more opportunities to our students

With the possibility of earning the introduction certificates to the program here at Westover High School making it even easier to transition to FTCC’s Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program.

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Students enjoy the hands on activities using the tools of the trade here in the collision repair shop.

Talk to Your Counselor for Class Availability

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Published by Glenn Brock on October 21, 2016
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