Trade & Industry Department | Auto Body Service Technology
Collision Repair Technology


A one or two-year, cooperative auto collision repair training program designed to develop the technical and professional competence required of entry-level auto body technicians employed in dealerships and independent collision repair shops.

One year: Technical Certificate (General Requirements
Two year: Associate of Applied Science (BSEP)

Why Enroll?

MOST COST-EFFECTIVE way to obtain an auto body associate degree.

PAID WORK EXPERIENCE at a dealership or participating independent collision repair facility.

APPROVED TRAINING materials using the most advanced auto collision repair technology available.

CAREER ADVANCEMENT opportunities with your participating dealership or independent collision repair facility.

How to Enroll

  • Apply and be accepted to the College of Southern Idaho.
  • Take the COMPASS exam—your scores determine your current academic level.
  • Interview with one of the program advisors/instructors.

For additional information or help, contact:

Tim Pierce
BSEP Advisor/Instructor