Non Structural Damage & Repair
Automotive body and glass repairers restore, refinish, and replace vehicle bodies and frames, windshields, and window glass.
Entry Level Non- Structural Damage and Repair Technician
Damage Analysis/Intro to Collision Repair
Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair I
Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair II
Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair III
ASE Certification Automotive MLR
Post Secondary Education
Associate in Applied Science Automotive Technology
Automotive Technician Track
Automotive body repairers work indoors in body shops, which are often noisy. Shops are typically well ventilated, so that dust and paint fumes can be dispersed. Repairers sometimes work in awkward and cramped positions, and their work can be physically demanding.
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Most employers prefer to hire automotive body and glass repairers who have completed a training program in automotive body or glass repair. Still, many new automotive body and glass repairers begin work without previous training. Industry certification is becoming increasingly important.
The median annual wage for automotive body and related repairers was $42,730 in May 2018.
Overall employment of automotive body and glass repairers is projected to grow 4 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Job opportunities should be best for jobseekers with industry certification and training in automotive body and glass repair.
Non-Structural Damage & Repair Career Pathway 4 Year Course of Studies
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