Collision Repair

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smooth out your career path

Parkland is proud to offer I-CAR's professional development program (PDP). Each student will graduate having completed all ProLevel 1® requirements for their PDP role, earning them I-CAR's Platinum designation. Aluminum repair and computerized estimating are unique skills students will learn in the program. Parkland is affordable, convenient, and cutting edge! Employers love hiring our graduates because they're prepared to hit the ground running with a wealth of training and knowledge. 

The Collision Repair Certificate program provides a solid foundation for students to begin their careers in the collision repair industry. The two-year associate in applied science degree includes advanced collision repair skills and training, as well as coursework in math and communications, which broadens graduates' career options and places them well for future advancement opportunities.

Schedule a tour to see our state-of-the-art facilities in the Parkhill Applied Technology Center, meet our faculty, and plan your career path.