School of

Transportation

Academic Programs > Transportation

Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Commercial Truck Driving, and Electrical Lineworker

Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Commercial Truck Driving and Electrical Lineworker are all essential skill careers that enable students to fulfill critical needs in communities and opportunities of workforce development. Such careers provide students with lifelong career paths with limitless possibilities.

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School of Transportation

Clarkesville and Blairsville Campus

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Programs of Study

Automotive Collision Repair

Campus: Clarkesville
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Automotive Technology

Campus: Clarkesville
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Commercial Truck Driving

Campus: Clarkesville
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Electrical Lineworker

Campuses: Clarkesville & Blairsville
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Meet the Faculty

Photo of Daniel Card Daniel Card Commercial Truck Driving Instructor 706-754-7836
Photo of Kevin McCurry Kevin McCurry Department Chair/Automotive Technology Instructor 706-754-7755
Photo of Matthew Moon Matthew Moon Automotive Technology Instructor 706-754-7740
Photo of Rob Rowland Rob Rowland Electrical Lineworker Instructor 706-754-7758
Photo of Neil Youngblood Neil Youngblood Automotive Collision Technology Instructor 706-754-7739

Apply today to get started with your career to fulfill critical needs in communities and opportunities of workforce development. 

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