The final day, Day 5, was a long and arduous. The guys were assessed at various stages during the day to see how they had progressed since the first day. It has been a hard and painstaking process for all but rewarding. And rewards did they deserve. As is theRead More →

The trainee PDR technicians continue to work extremely hard on improving various skills they grasped so far this week. Today, the attention was on all aspects to be considered when considering the glue and pull technique. The pictures show Phill illustrating the dynamics of how glue and pull works onRead More →

Having been associated with this industry for six years, I have not seen one female PDR Technician in Australia. Not yet anyway! So why is this still male dominated? Perhaps because this industry has spread on a friend by friend basis over the years and remained low key for soRead More →

Day 3 and focus was on revising further the skills covered in the first 2 days of the 5 Day PDR Course. It was also time to do a little homework – well reflecting on strengths and weaknesses and self assessing – an important component in the course. More advancedRead More →

Day 1 and 2 photos illustrate the introductory stages of the paintless dent repair training process – namely access points, use of tools, R & R (remove and replace), pushing dents, glue and pull, the quotation process, estimating dents, dent size and dent depth. All trainees were extremely enthusiastic andRead More →