In this video, Dale Franks with LCC discusses what training is involved and what makes the perfect candidate for this career. After watching the video, I believe this may apply to many collision repair programs and provide a good idea of what this industry has to offer.
I would like to welcome all of the collision repair students starting or returning to school from their summer break. Now it is time to get serious and do your best. The harder you work in school, the easier it will be for you at your first job. I want to challenge you to start your career training off with the right mindset. This is to accept any challenges your instructor sets in front of you. If you feel like you do more than others, don’t get bent out of shape or feel overworked. Think of how much experience you will get while training, which means less mistakes you will make out in the industry. You (the student) will be the one to reap the benefits in the end. So keep this in mind when you feel like kicking back and coasting by……you will only be cheating yourself!
Work hard and good luck with your career training.