Collision Repair Projects

CCCTC Collision Repair students using intense hands-on training to custom paint vehicle.
Students in the CCCTC Collision Repair program repair quarter panel on Toyota Celica
Collision Repair field trip to Professional Auto Body in Altoona, PA.
Collision Repair students earn ASE entry level certification
learfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) is pleased to announce that Kevin Croyle, Collision Repair student from West Branch Area High School, recently earned five college credits from Penn College while enrolled at the CCCTC.  Kevin completed the class ABC 100, a hands-on lab that coincides with the non-structural class.  The focus of the class was bolt-on parts, movable and stationary glass, straightening steel, trim and hardware, and personal safety. To learn more about the opportunities at CCCTC, visit us at
Lamborghini Gallardo visits CCCTC Collision Repair program
Adult Collision Repair student, Ryan Cornelius, spraying Ford F150 door
CCCTC Collision Repair student Brycen Gutherie, Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School, spraying clear coat on a practice fender.
Ben Banghart, Clearfield Area High School and CCCTC Collision Repair student, painting a Chevy truck fender.