Westlock PDR Training
What is PDR?
Paintless dent repair (PDR), is an innovative method of vehicle repair for small dents, dings, and creases (including hail damage), that does not require sanding, grinding, filling, priming, or painting. PDR does not disturb the vehicle’s original factory finish, and PDR is the only method that can make that claim.
Because PDR is extremely cost effective compared to traditional methods, protects the resale and/or trade-in value of the vehicle, takes less time than old-fashioned repairs, and gets vehicles back on the road quickly demand for PDR is going through the roof. Demand is so high that it is creating a shortage of qualified PDR technicians.
If you have an interest in making a career in the PDR industry, there is no better time than right now!
A Brief Look at The PDR Process
Paintless dent repair is a straightforward, 4-step process:
- Damage is assessed by a PDR technician to determine if PDR is a viable solution for the repair.
- The reverse side of the damage is accessed by removing any components in the way.
- A determination is made by the technician about which tools are required and the repair is planned.
- The technician completes the repair.
Why Do You Have to take a Training Course?
Frankly, that is the least important reason to receive comprehensive PDR training. The technical expertise and experience required to perform PDR are mind-boggling. Just watch a handful of YouTube videos and see for yourself. It quickly becomes clear that mastering this craft is not possible by watching a video or studying a book. It requires hands-on training—period, full stop!
PDR is a combination or art and science. Training will teach you the science and experience will develop the art.
How to Choose?
Ideally, you won’t have to travel halfway across Canada to receive your training. PDR Canada’s training program is on offer to Westlock.
Whether you choose PDR Canada for your training or one of our competitors, we urge you to make the choice based on the quality of training rather than the price of tuition. Low-cost training can mean low quality results. High cost training will not always ensure high-quality training.
We urge you to do your due diligence; vet PDR Canada and vet our competition. Yes, we are that confident.
You want a training program that offers small class sizes, individual attention, the latest PDR tools, up-to-the-minute techniques, hands-on experience, well qualified and well-trained instructors, and the opportunity to work on a wide variety of vehicles and metals, including aluminum alloys.
At the end of the day, we are confident that you will…
Choose PDR Canada
Call us today for more information about our PDR training program. We’re ready to put you on a path to a rewarding career. Are you ready?