Automotive Collision and Refinishing Technician Foundation Harmonized

Launch your career in the trades with training to qualify you to become an Automotive Refinishing or Collision Repair Technician. You’ll learn about repairing and restoring damaged vehicles; mixing paints and using spray guns to apply primer, base coats and clear coats. Earn your level 1 technical training credit and work-based training hours toward your Interprovincial (Red Seal) certification when you register as an apprentice. Gain valuable skills through theory and applied learning in NIC’s classroom and shop located in Campbell River.

Check out an overview of the program with instructor Miles Hemingway.

 This program is currently not available to international applicants.


Where: Campbell River
Starts: Winter (February)
Length: 34 weeks
Delivery: On-campus, Scheduled

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This program will give you the ability to approach all aspects of the collision repair process, from assessing damage to creating repair plans, repairing collision damage and applying coatings. Collision and refinishing brings together a lot of different automotive work, including mechanical and electrical, with the fine finishing work to restore damaged vehicles.

Miles Hemingway, NIC Auto Collision and Refinishing instructor

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