Auto Body Certificate and Degree Options

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Students who are looking to gain the accredited education needed to become auto body workers, can do so by enrolling in an accredited vocational school or college. Students have a number of educational options to choose from when looking to obtain training in the auto body field. Training can provide students with the skills needed to work in a variety of automotive fields. Schooling is available to students at various certificate and degree levels. Students can start by learning more about the options available to them.

Certificate training programs are available for students who wish to gain an accredited education in the auto body field. Length of program may vary by school or college as well as each individual student’s desired career. Study can range from six to eighteen months and will cover a variety of subjects. Coursework may consist of subjects such as:

  • Structural repair
  • Refinishing
  • Paint Preparation
  • Body Shop Safety
  • Vehicle Construction
  • Shop Tools and Equipment

…and many other specific areas of study. By gaining knowledge and skills in these subjects and areas students can pursue the career they desire. Accredited certificate programs provide students with the means to enter into the workforce prepared to be successful. With a certificate in auto body students can enter into careers with:

  • Auto Body Shops
  • Dealerships
  • Manufacturers
  • Trucking Companies

…and much more. Accredited training programs will prepare students to become the auto body technicians they desire to be. A more in depth education can be received by gaining a degree in this exciting field.

Degree programs are available to provide students with the means to obtain the higher education they need in order to pursue their desired career. Career training is available at the associate degree level of education. Accredited vocational and trade schools can offer students the education they desire at this level. Coursework will vary by training program but may consist of courses in welding, minor metal repair, repair shop management, structural damage repair, computer technology, collision repair and many other relevant subjects of study. With an education in areas such as these students will have the opportunity to seek out their desired career. With an accredited associate level degree in this field graduates can find employment in a number of places such as:

  • Collision Shops
  • Maintenance Facilities
  • Bus Lines

…and many other places. Training will allow students to pursue careers as auto body technicians, and seek out the employment they desire.

Accredited continuing education courses are available for those looking to enhance their skills in certain areas of the field. Accredited schools and colleges can provide students with the best quality education available to them. Full accreditation is provided by agencies like the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology ( http://www.accsc.org/ ). Students can research auto body training programs to learn more about their desired career and level of education needed. Start by enrolling in the program of your choice today.

DISCLAIMER: Above is a GENERIC OUTLINE and may or may not depict precise methods, courses and/or focuses related to ANY ONE specific school(s) that may or may not be advertised at PETAP.org.

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