Learning PDR is not as simple as it seems. Whether you are a panel beater or have never pulled apart a car in your life, those that are most successful in our courses are those that are: – have good hand-eye co-ordination skills as well as patience and perseverence. –
Day 4 in the Paintless Dent Repair Training Course in Melbourne 2013. Surprise results! Included here are some images that best show today’s activities. In particular, check the before after shots included here! These were completed by one of trainee technicians!
By Day 2 and Day 3, everyone is appreciating the paintless dent repair course! Nine grueling hours on Day 1 introduced the new technicians into the reality of the paintless dent repair world. And aren’t they loving it! On Day 2, the techs were introduced to quoting techniques and pushing
The paintless dent repair course in Melbourne 2013 is finally underway and the PDR students are progressing well – faster than the usual pace! This means we will be able to move at a faster pace. Certainly helps when you have had some experience although it is not crucial. We
Last day – assessment. Some nerves naturally on the day but the guys did very well in the time frame they were provided. This was no a test but more a guide on the real world vehicle repair and also to see what tools were to be used in different
Time for some glue and pull practicals. The guys are doing fine!
Another day at the PDR Training school! Time for some frustrating work on the quarter panels and doors – and frustrating it was. With limited access and different tools, this took some shine off the confidence and the guys did well to persevere throughout the afternoon. But the job had
Day 1 with students Ray and Danny and o course trainer Richard at the first Sydney course of 2013! Beginning with a briefing, both trainees were exposed to the types of tools in the industry, access points and of course trying to push dents by the end of the day!