Auto Collision Program

  • Auto Collision Courses in Long Island

    Adult Education CTE | Automotive Technology | Auto Collision Program in Long Island

    Required Courses: Auto Collision I • Auto Collision II • OSHA-10

  • Auto Collision I


    Learn to repair automobiles after accidents occur. Study the structure of all types of vehicles and the best methods of repair. Experience the preparation and correction of material damage, mixology, and application of body fillers and putties and the use of primers, sealers and refinishing procedures. Incorporate the study of oxyacetylene and metal inert gas welding for sheet metal for a comprehensive study of this important skill. Continue into Automobile Collision II for progression in this program and optimum employability preparation.

  • Auto Collision II


    Complete this program by focusing on advanced areas of Automotive Collision. Study restoration techniques for corrosion and extensive collision repair. Advance in welding skills that pertain to all makes and models of vehicles. Learn cost estimating while perfecting skills in Urethane bumper repair, types of spray equipment, and paint finishing procedures. Polish your professional skills and meet with our Employment Center counselors for job opportunities in Long Island collision repair establishments.

  • OSHA-10

    The OSHA-10 course teaches entry-level employees how to recognize hazards in any work environment. OSHA recommends that you enroll in this safety certification program as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA29 CFR 1910. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of each job. Upon successful completion, you will receive a 10-hour General Industry Safety Certification Completion Card.

    Tuition: $95


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