BAY COUNTY Fla. (WMBB) – Students in the Automotive Collision Technology program at Haney Technical will now use cutting edge new technology to teach paint coating techniques.
This new interactive learning simulation called “Simspray” changes the classroom experience for Haney’s students.
Opening of registrations and registrations at the Haney technical center soon
âThis is the auto repair program, it takes 1,400 hours and about 15 months to complete,â said instructor Jefferey McGee.
Simspray coats vehicles five times faster and cuts costs. This simulator saves time, money and resources.
âIt just gives students more time to learn and prepare for the real thing,â McGee said. “Like that, it gives you unlimited practice and if you make a mistake you can just reset it.” It doesn’t take hours to fix the error.
McGee receives daily calls from automakers asking him to hire students upon graduation from his auto crash courses.
“It is one of the largest industries in the world and there is a critical shortage not only in the United States, but also here locally in Panama City.”
Students interested in this modern and fun learning environment as well as Haney Technical’s 21 other programs can visit their website.