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Automotive &

Collision Repair Technology Programs

Dare to take the challenge

Challenges Produce Champions


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What are you going to do after High School?

By the time you graduate high school you will have completed 13 years of school. You will have at least 45 more years, probably more, before retirement. What are you going to do with those 45+ years?


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What are you going to do?

Get a Job

Without any training, you will probably start out at minimum wage ($5.85 per hour.) That is less than $940.00 per month.

How much will the following items cost you?

  • House or Apartment

  • Utilities (gas, electric, water, etc.)

  • Auto, gas, insurance, and maintenance

  • Groceries

  • Family

  • Health Insurance

  • Medical Expenses

    These are just a few of the items it takes to live. Will you earn enough to survive, to have fun or to retire someday?

    Source: US Department of Labor


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What are you going to do?

College

According to the National Assessment of Vocational Education (NAVE) report, that two-thirds of America’s young people do not obtain a four year degree and at least 25% of them go directly to work after high school. This means most students either, never attend college, or if they start college they’re not completing and obtaining a four year degree from college.

Source: NAVE Click this link and view page 6 of 21 for additional information.


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This leaves almost 67% of students that will not obtain at least a bachelor degree from college. You may need to ask yourself these questions.

  • Will I be one of the 67%?

  • What if I’m not interested in spending an additional 4+(probably more) years sitting in classroom listening to lectures?

  • Can I afford that many years of college?

  • What if I don’t want to spend the rest of my life after college behind a desk, pushing papers, taking telephone calls, or crunching numbers?

  • Is there any hope of doing something I enjoy and securing a successful career?


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What alternatives are there?

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, recognizes the problem our nation faces with students not graduating high school or going to college. These students are left without any skills to secure them with a successful career path. Schwarzenegger offers a solution to this problem through vocational programs.

Source: Time Magazine


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What alternatives are there?

Butler Community College will train you for a career path, which offers job security, high income, and piece of mind knowing you have a successful future to look forward to. These career paths are for people that may not feel like sitting at a desk or answering a telephone all day. We offer challenging programs in a contextual (hands-on) learning environment, which will prepare you for an exciting job. And the best of all is that you can complete most of these degree or certificate programs in about two years or less. This means you can be on the job faster earning money.


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What are those alternative programs?

Butler Community College Offers:

  • Auto Collision Repair

  • Auto Technology

  • CAD/Engineering Technology

  • Fire Science

  • Integrated Technology

  • Welding

  • Agriculture

    We are going to review Collision Repair Technology for the remaining portion of this presentation.

  • For more information about one of the other programs visit Butler Community College


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Collision Technicians are in High Demand

  • As long as people continue to drive vehicles, there are going to be accidents.

  • As long as there are accidents, there’s going to be people required to repair those damaged vehicles.

  • The roads are getting busier every day with traffic as population grows.

    This means JOB SECURITY for technicians


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What can a Collision Repair Technician expect to earn?

  • TRADEINCOME

  • Collision Repair Technician$51,31214.5% Increase over 3 years

  • Tool & Die Maker$44,928

  • Electronics Technician$43,384

  • Chemical Technician$42,828

  • Welder$36,327

  • Medical Lab Technician$34,550

  • Carpenter (Gen Maint)$34,351

  • Machinery Mechanic$33,560

  • Heavy Truck Driver$31,746

    Source: (I-CAR Education Foundation 2007 Snapshot of the Industry Survey)

Note: This is the national average. However, this income is not what you should expect your first year on the job.


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What can a Collision Repair Technician expect to earn?

Average technicians’ income is increasing faster than inflation and is still higher than most comparable trades, and the top 10% average $88,000 (over $45 hr.) Technicians with recent training and/or ASE certification average significantly higher incomes. A higher percent of new technicians are being hired from technical schools (47% up from 22% in 2001.) Expectations for secondary/post-secondary training program graduates have increased from collision repair skills.

Source: I-CAR Education Foundation 2007 Snapshot of the Industry Survey)


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What are Collision Repair Technicians Working Environment?

Most automotive body repair technicians work indoors and work a standard 40-hour week, Monday through Friday, although some, including the self-employed, work more than 40 hours a week.

Source: US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics


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You might be interested in a career in collision repair

If you’re someone who enjoys working with your hands, has a mechanical aptitude, takes pride in your work and is passionate about cars, then you might consider a career in collision repair. In spite of many stereotypes, the collision repair field can be very rewarding for individuals who possess the right skills and desirable attitude. In fact, most people are surprised to learn that a collision repair technician’s income, on average, is better than comparable trades. Also, an experienced technician has high-income potential, excellent job security and ample opportunities for career advancement within the entire Automotive Industry.

Source I-Car Education Foundation


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What other careers can this lead to?

An auto body and/or refinish technician are only a few of the possible career paths this training can lead you to.

Others include:

  • Collision Estimator

  • Aviation Paint Technician

  • Auto Assembler

  • Customer Advisor

  • Part Specialist

  • Body Shop Manager

  • Body Shop Owner ( A high percentage of technicians become self employed.)

  • Auto Damage Appraiser

  • Collision Instructor


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Why Choose Butler Community College?

  • All of our automotive and collision repair technology programs are National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF)/Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified.

  • Completing a program that is (NATEF/ASE) certified gives you the competitive edge needed to get a job. (NATEF/ASE) is nationally recognized in the automotive industry.

  • All of our instructors are (ASE) certified combined with many years of diversified experience to assure you receive the best training available.

  • We offer a very low student per instructor ratio. This allows the student to receive additional one on one training.

  • More students are trained for career and technology careers by community colleges than by any other type of institution.

  • Butler is now the second largest community college in Kansas.

  • El Dorado offers a simple, hassle free, friendly environment of a small town, and all of the conveniences of a big town with Wichita only a short drive away.


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What will you learn in this program?

You will learn a wide range of Technical, Academic and Employable skills, while in a contextual learning environment.

Shop Safety

Accident claims are one of employers biggest expenses and challenges they face. You will be taught how to properly work in an auto body shop in a safe manner. By understanding the importance of safety, you will increase your chances of being hired by an employer.

Employable Skills

According to an article on CNN.com, a recent National Association of Manufactures study found that 69 percent of business cited “inadequate basic employable skills.

Potential Career Opportunities


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What will you learn in this program?

  • Introduction to Collision Repair and Shop Operations

  • Auto Body Welding Principles and Techniques

  • Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair

  • Plastics and Adhesives

  • Structural Analysis and Damage Repair

  • Painting and Refinishing

    Click here for additional information about specific classes.


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What are the qualifications?

  • Ability to follow shop policies and procedures

  • Be willing to complete assigned tasks

  • Genuine interest in Automotive Body Repair

  • Ability to practice safe work habits

  • Be willing to get dirty

  • Desire to Learn

    Entrance exams are required before enrolling


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Are you up for a challenge?

Challenges produces champions.

For more information about this program please contact Donnie Smith [email protected] call (316)323-6890

Dare to take the challenge!

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