One or two years, 2  or 3 hours per day 

Course Information:

Students study a wide range of processes, methods, and materials in keeping with the high-tech nature of today’s automotive collision repair industry. Students will gain experience in custom painting techniques using state of the art equipment. We are an I-Car Alliance Training facility.

Dual Credit Offered*: (Learn more about Dual Credit)

Vincennes (14 credits)

• BODY 100 (+ Body 100 Lab) Non Strctrtrl Anlys & Dmg Rpr (7 credits) •  BODY 150 (+ Body 150 Lab) Painting & Refinishing (7 credits)

*Courses are subject to change. See instructor for most updated list.

Certifications Available: (Learn more about Certifications)

ASE Student Certifications - B2 Paint and Refinishing  B3 - Non-structural  B4 - Mechanical and Electrical Components  B5 - Structural Analysis and Damage Repair

SP2 Certificates - Collision Safety • Collision Pollution Prevention

Job Opportunities:

Auto/Truck Collision Repair Paint Facilities

Get Involved:

Join our Student Organization​ - SkillsUSA!

Learn leadership skills, compete in events, earn scholarships, and much more! 

$$$ Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/

Related Courses at JEL:

•  Automotive Maintenance & Detailing  • Automotive Service Technology

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Instructor

Jon Heller

317.259.5269   x44048

I have been in the collision repair industry for more than 20 years. I enjoy educating and sharing my passion and knowledge of the collision repair industry that has proven to be very beneficial for students graduating from this program. I spend my free time continuing my education in the industry, networking with employers as well as spending time in the outdoors - fishing, hunting, and camping with family and friends.