The Automotive Collision Technology program is a high-technology course designed to provide training for students interested in learning how to repair damaged vehicles. Students will learn how to make repairs on wrecked vehicles by using the latest techniques and equipment available to professionals in the workforce. The work area features a Chief frame machine, PPG paint system, the latest spray guns on the market, and an Accudraft down draft spray booth with an oven, and students engage in plenty of hands-on activities alongside their classroom time. The right mix of theory and practice allow students to master the techniques of frame repair, MIG welding, painting, dent removal, suspension systems, brakes, and electrical systems and emerge from high school with the tools needed to enter the workforce or continue their studies.
Cumberland-Perry Area Vocational Tech School
They provide educational leadership in developing a competitive workforce. They strive to empower educators to deliver high quality CTE programs that ensure all students are positioned for career success.