NMCC - Automotive Body Repair
Learn more about the Automotive Collision Repair program.

Northern Maine Community College currently offers transition agreements in the following major and related courses:


SAE 121  Industrial Safety

Credit for SAE 121 is available through either dual or articulated credit.  Industrial Safety is a required course for students enrolled in the following NMCC programs of study: 

Automotive Collision Repair
Automotive Technology
Diesel Hydraulics Technology
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Plumbing and Heating

Precision Metals Manufacturing

Residential Construction

Students must be enrolled in a secondary trade and technical program of studies, meet all competencies, and complete a recognized 30-hour OSHA training course. For more information about completing the process, contact the director or a career and technical instructor at the secondary school or the On Course for College coordinator at NMCC.

SAE 121 course description

Please note: opportunity to receive advanced standing in a given program is dependent upon the student:
1. Enrolling in a participating secondary program, and
2. Completing the required elements of the agreement.

For more information about agreements, contact:
Wendy Bradstreet
207.768.2771 or 207.768.2770

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Automotive Collision Repair Accreditation

The Automotive Collision Repair program meets the National Institute for Automotive Excellence (NATEF/ASE) standards of quality for the training of collision repair/refinishing technicians. The program is ASE certified in: structural analysis and damage repair; non-structural analysis and damage repair; plastics and adhesives; and painting and refinishing.  For more information about this accreditation, please contact Department Chair Brian McDougal at bmcdougal(at)nmcc(dot)edu.
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