Interested in Becoming a Collision Repair Technician?
Posted Wednesday, Feb 16, 2011 by
When you think of collision and refinishing, the work involved in repairing and restoring damaged vehicles and body parts should be one of the first things that comes to mind. Typical collision repairs include cars, trucks, buses, trailers and campers.
Collision/refinishing technicians are also required to weld various types of sheet metal and perform metal straightening. While the skills to become a collision repair technician can be self-taught, the best training comes from an accredited school offering quality programs and courses.
WyoTech training offers the following benefits:
• Training from qualified instructors with real-world experiences and knowledge
• Access to many of the tools and equipment you’ll find in many of today’s modern collision repair shops
• Help in preparing a resume and cover letter upon graduation from your program
• Access to job boards and classifieds for employers who respect the training you’ve received at WyoTech
Contact us today for more information on how you can start training to become a collision repair technician.