Auto Collision Repair

Through a cooperative agreement with Warren Tech (the career and technical high school for Jefferson County Public Schools), RRCC students pursuing certain career and technical college degrees/certificates may take courses (on a space-available basis) at Warren Tech (WT), which is adjacent to the RRCC campus. You must have graduated from high school, received a GED, or attained the age of 21. You pay RRCC tuition and WT program fees and your coursework is recorded on your RRCC transcript.

Classes follow the WT/Jeffco Public Schools' calendar. Deadlines and class start and end dates differ from those of RRCC. WT classes are conducted on a block schedule. The morning classes run Monday–Friday from 7:30–10:30 a.m. and the afternoon classes run Monday–Thursday from 12:00–3:45 p.m. For more information, see Warren Tech Students on page 12.

This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.


Automotive Collision Industry Introduction

Beginning Auto Collision Non-Structure Repair and Refinish

Intermediate Auto Collision Non-Structure Repair and Refinish

Advanced Auto Collision Structure Repair and Refinish

Industry Prepared Structure, Repair and Refinish


Degree: Associate of Applied Science

Auto Collision Technology