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This course is intended for technicians who are currently working in the accident repair sector of the industry and ideally have at least two/three years’ experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to give a fault free finish for both the preparation of panels (existing and new) and the finishing of panels to match existing paint. On this course you will learn a range of things including the three-stage application of pearlescent finish and how to give rapid repairs on a clear over base finish.
Applicants must have current experience working in the accident repair sector of the industry for a minimum of three years to ensure they have the skill base and understanding required for this course.
How will I be assessed?
This course will be assessed through online theory multiple choice questionnaires and ongoing practical assessments.
Continuing Your Journey
Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners will receive a certificate for employers and can expect career progression within the automotive industry. This course will prepare you for various roles in the industry such as vehicle damage assessing, fast fit or broader managerial positions.Careers page
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