Ensuring College & Career Readiness

Automotive Collision Repair I & II

Auto Collision students train in many phases of the collision repair process: cost estimating, frame and body damage analysis, structural and uni-body three-dimensional measuring, metal straightening, MIG welding, computerized frame diagnosis, computerized color mixing, computerized estimating of repair costs, panel and parts replacement.  Students also learn auto-electrical systems, air-conditioning and air-bag systems.  In addition to completing classroom instruction, students’ practical experiences will be conducted in Prosser’s fully-operational auto collision business. 

 (DOE 5514/5544) 


Career Opportunities

Collision Repair Technician, Insurance Estimator/Appraiser, Automotive Refinish Tech

Instructors –

Matthew Mayfield – mmayfield@nafcs.org

Michael Walker – dwalker@nafcs.org