Stettler PDR Training

What is PDR?

Traditional body repair is a long and dirty process, but paintless dent repair (PDR) is efficient, affordable, and eco-friendly.

PDR is fast becoming the vehicle owner’s method of choice for small to medium-sized dent repair. Vehicle owners tolerated this unsightly damage in the past because the cost of repairs was wildly disproportionate to the damage. That is no longer true, thanks to PDR. Predictably, demand for PDR services has exploded, so much so, that the industry faces a shortage of trained technicians.

The Repair Process

Paintless dent repair is a straightforward, four-step process:

  1. Damage is assessed by the PDR technician to determine if PDR will work for the repair.
  2. The reverse side of the damage is accessed by removing components that are in the way.
  3. The PDR technician decides which tools are required and the plans the repair.
  4. The technician completes the repair.

PDR Training Is Available in Stettler

PDR Canada is pleased to announce that its PDR training program is available in Stettler, so pursuing a career in the PDR industry no longer means that you have to trek across the country for training. It also means that you can continue your present job as you learn PDR. In short, training locally doesn’t turn your life upside down.

How Do I Choose a PDR Training Program?

PDR training programs are all over Canada, and some are better than others. Choosing the PDR training program that is right for you will involve some research and doing due diligence on the provider is a must. What you must not do is base your decision on tuition cost. You can get shabby training with an expensive program as easily as you can with a low-cost program.

You should look for training that offers small class sizes, well-trained, experienced and friendly instructors, and personalized attention. The training organization must train you in the use of state-of-the-art tools and provide hands-on experience with a wide variety of vehicle makes and models. Their program’s training must support all types of dents, dings and creases. The training program you choose should also provide training on the business side of PDR. For example, teaching the ins and outs of dealing with insurers, and the finer points of quality customer service.

Find out if they provide access to their graduates. By speaking with graduates, you can determine how the training they received impacted their career.

Pick PDR Canada

Naturally, we’d like you to choose PDR Canada for your training. After all, we are among the leading providers of PDR training in all of Canada. Not only do we meet all the requirements set forth above, we also have a data-driven approach to PDR repairs made possible by our exclusive database of hundreds of previous repairs. Just one more reason to place your future in the PDR industry in the capable hands of PDR Canada.

Why not call us today? We can help you take the first step on a path to a stable, highly paid and rewarding career in PDR. It’s your move!