Grayson College's Collision Repair Technologies program offers three levels of training and skills. Many students start with the Basic Collision Helper Certificate, and then build on those skills with the Basic Collision Apprentice Certificate. The highest level is the Associate of Applied Science degree. The courses within this program teach the skills recommended by area employers who work in the industry. The program is offered on the Main Campus in the new Career and Technology Center, which is equipped with the latest technology.
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