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Automotive and Collision Repair Pathway

Automotive Collision student posing in front of a restored, classic car

Automotive and Collision Repair Pathway

The Automotive and Collision Repair Pathway teaches CTE learners how to repair and refinish automobiles and service various types of vehicles. CTE learners may learn to collect payment for services or supplies and perform typical vehicle maintenance procedures such as lubrication, oil changes, installation of antifreeze, or replacement of accessories like wiper blades or tires.

What You Can Learn:

  • Reconstruction of vehicles

  • Concepts related to collision repair and refinishing

What You Can Gain:

  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry Level

  • Amarillo College Articulated and/or Dual Credit

What You Can Become:
(with additional education and training)

  • Automotive Body and Related Repairer

  • Automotive Service Technician and Mechanic

What You Can Take: 

  • Collision Repair

  • Paint and Refinishing

  • Practicum in Transportation Systems

View the Automotive and Collision Repair Program of Study Guide (PDF opens in a new window).

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