Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology

Wayne Community College’s Collision Repair and Refinishing programs are designed to provide you with the education and training to enter the collision repair industry. The comprehensive program enables you to gain entry-level employment and, with additional field experience, you can enjoy lifetime employment in this lucrative industry.

You will receive hands-on training in the latest techniques and equipment in the industry. This includes computer estimating, computer measuring systems, computer paint mixing, wheel alignment, refinishing, spot repair, and custom painting. Learning takes place primarily on live customer projects, with some classroom activities. Often students will bring their own vehicles to repair or customize, adding to their overall experience.

Average Class Size:

10 – 15

Things to Consider:

I-CAR, an industry non-profit national training organization, estimates the collision industry is short 50,000 technicians in the U.S. at this time, providing a wonderful opportunity for graduates. There are usually four employers to each available graduate each year.

ECU’s Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology Transfer Program
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Interested in earning a Bachelor’s? Our Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology degree qualifies for East Carolina University’s BS in Industrial Technology Transfer Program! Once you receive your Associate in Applied Science degree at WCC, you have the option of transferring your credits to ECU towards a Bachelor’s in Industrial Technology (BSIT). Learn more about the program at ECU’s website.


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