Automotive and Transportation

A record number of 253 million vehicles are on the road each year in the United States, according to industry research firm IHS Automotive, and more service technicians and collision repair specialists are needed to keep those vehicles on the road. North Arkansas College’s automotive programs are designed to give students quality skills and get them in the workforce as fast as possible. Northark also offers a truck driving program that can get you lead you to a great career.

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    Northark truck driving
    Automotive Service

    Students learn automotive skills by working on vehicles in the program's live shop. Students concentrate on seven major areas of automotive service.

     

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    Northark collision repair
    Collision Repair

    Students learn to use hand and power tools to prepare and finish paint damaged surfaces, repair and replace metal, glass and electrical components and straighten and repair damaged frames.