Automotive Collision Repair Programs in Alabama

Alabama Automative Collision Repair Program Directory
A career that will always have a market, automative collision reapir is an excellent choice to ensure employment. An automotive collsion repair technichian typically is good at planning, and estimating costs. To earn a degree, most programs typically take a little under two years. While jobs can be earned without having a degree, a degree in automotive collision repair proves to employers that you know what you are doing, and will be accepted everywhere. 
 




Bevill State Community College
Tony Bolton
(205)648-3271 Ext. 5220

Bishop State Community College
Rick Everett
(251)662-5386
reverett@bishop.edu

Gadsden State Community College
Brandon Patterson
(256)835-5425
bpatterson@gadsdenstate.edu

Jefferson Davis Community College
Thomas Rolin
(251)368-7659
thomas.rolin@jdcc.edu

J.F. Ingram State Technical College
Gloria Knox
(334)514-5059

Northwest-Shoals Community College
Joe Hackworth
(256)331-5335
joehackworth@nwscc.edu

Southern State Community College
Greg McDonald
gmcdonald@suscc.edu

Trenholm State Technical College
Jon Beckham
(334)420-4333
jbeckham@trenholmstate.edu

Wallace State Community College
Steve Burgett
(256)352-8151
stephen.burgett@wallacestate.edu