The Collision Repair Technology Program provides students with the skills, knowledge, motivation, and work ethic to begin working in entry-level collision repair positions or to continue education at a post-secondary institution. The main components of the program are appropriate use of hand and power tools, welding, minor body repairs, and paint and refinishing. Students learn major body repairs, glass door service, electrical systems, and cost estimating. Students are also instructed on frame damage using a computerized laser measuring system.
Clearfield County Career & Technology Center
The mission of CCCTC is to provide quality career-technical education programs and services that prepare youth and adults for success in the workplace, postsecondary, and community, now and in the future. Approximately 400 secondary students are served annually in fifteen various technology programs; and over 900 adults enroll annually in over 40 daytime and evening adult courses and programs.