Collision Refinishing Technology - Applied Service Management
Applied Service Management Overview
Applied Service Management
Applied Service Management is a great specialty concentration for anyone interested in eventually managing or running their own shop. You'll study vital concepts for service management like:
- Business Principles
- Shop Management
- Financial Management
- Computers and Business Applications
You'll also learn the theory on setting up your own shop, record keeping, OHSA standards and regulations, service writing, job costing, pricing, marketing, developing business plans, budgeting, finding lenders and investors, and so much more.
These business skills may likely be transferable to a number of career paths within the automotive or diesel industries.
Some career opportunities for graduates of this course may include:
- Service Writer
- Service Advisor
- Shop Manager
- Shop Owner/Operator
- Fleet Management
- Parts Manager
Students who chose the Applied Service Management concentration, along with the required core program, can earn their occupational associate degree upon completion. Associate in Specialized Technology (A.S.T.) degree is offered at Blairsville and Laramie. In Fremont and Long Beach, offered as Associate of Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) degree.
Campuses that offer Applied Service Management
Other Specialties in the Collision Refinishing Technology Core*
For information on graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete this program and more, choose a campus below to download:
* Not all courses and specialties offered at all locations.
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